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SESSIONAL PAPERS. 



Univeratti dOfcwra 

A^OLTJ JVI E 1 Documents officials 

GOVERNMENT PUBLICATIONS 

University of OthSWa 



FIRST SESSION OF THE SEVENTH PARLIAMENT 

B1BUQ 

OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1891 




oY 



VOLUME XXI V. 



OTTAWA : 
Printed by Brown Chamberlin, Printer to the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty. 

1891. 



54 Victoria 



Alphabetical [ndex to Sessional Papers, 



A. I 



sv&ee also Numerical List, page 4. 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 



PARLIAMENT OF CANADA. 



FIRST SESSION, SEVENTH PARLIAMENT, 1891. 

Note. — In order to find quickly whether a paper has been printed or not, the mark (n.p.) has be< □ 
added to those not printed ; papers not so marked, it may be understood, are printed. Further informa- 
tion concerning each paper is to be found in the List, commencing on page 4. 



A 

"Admiral," Steamboat (n.p.) 52, 52a, 526, 52c 

Adulteration of Food 56 

Agriculture, Annual Report 6 

American Cheese (n.p.) 32 

Amherstburg Dry Dock ■ (n.p.) 40d 

Analysis of Intoxicating Liquor (n.p.) 31 

Annapolis Public Buildings (n.p.) 71 

" Araunah," Seizure of 8c 

Archives, Canadian 6o 

Auditor General, Annual Report 3 

B 

Baie des Chaleurs Railway (n.p.) 86, 86«, 8G6 

Ballot Boxes 41 

Banks, Chartered 2 

Baptisms, Marriages and Burials (n.p.) 88 

Bay of Fundy Herring Fisheries (n.p.) o-id 

Beet-root Sugar (n.p.) 84 

Behring Sea Seizures 86 

Bellechasse Election (n.p.) 45 

Big Bay, Keppel (n.p. ) 46 

"Blizzard." Schooner (n.p.) 48 

Board of Examiners, Civil Service 146 

Boisvert, George (n.p.) 54/ 

Bonds and Securities (n.p.) 28 

Bounty on Pig Iron 67 

1 



B 

British Canadian Loan & Investment Co. (n.p. ) 56 

British Columbia Penitentiary (n.p.) 656 

British Guiana ... 386 

Brown, Adam, Report of i\h 

Buckingham Post Office (n. p. ) 39« 

C 

Caledonia Dam (n.p. ) 43d 

Campbellton Post Office. (n.p. ) 396 

Canadian Pacific Railway — General Return . SB 

do Lands sold S>" 

Canal Statistics 10a 

Caouette, J. B (n.p.) 39 

Carleton Branch Railway (n.p.) 34 

Carroll's Landing ( n. i >. I 85 

Carrying Deck Loads of Timber 7e 

Cattle Trade of Canada 76 

" C " Battery, British Columbia (n.p.) 30 

Census, 1891 

Chartered Banks 2 

Civil Service Board of Examiners 146 

Civil Service List 14a 

Civil Service Superannuations 23 

Commissioner, Dominion Police (n.p.) 35 

Commissioner, North-West Mounted Police. 19, 69 

Commissions to Public Officers 24 



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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1891 



c 

Contingent expenses of Postmasters 39c 

Copyright Laws (n.p.) 81 

•ve, John (np.) 36a 

Cotton Sail Duck (n.p.) 37 

Criminal Statistics 6a 

Crystal Beach (n.p.) 85 

Customs House, Montreal (n.p.) 83 

Customs Officers (n.p.) 85 

I> 

Dairy Commissioner, Annual Report 6a" 

Deck Loads of Timber 7 c 

Desmarteau, Joseph (n.p.) 64 

1 tipputed Territory, Ontario, Timber on 57 

Dominion Notes '. (n.p.) 68 

Dominion Police Commissioner (n.p.) 35 

Dredging Kaministiquia River -(n.p.) 42 

Dundas & Waterloo Macadamized Road. . (n. p. ) 80 

E 

Easl Elgin Electoral District. (n.p.) 60 

Election in Bellechasse (n.p.) 45 

Election Returns, 1891 27, 27a 

Elevators on Intercolonial Railway (n.p.) 53 

Ellis, William (n.p.) 62c 

Entire Horses. ... (n.p.) 72 

Estimates, 1K91-92 1 

Esquimalt Graving Dock (n.p.) 40a 

Expenditures and Receipts. . . 22, 22a, 226, 22c, 22c? 

Expenses, Unforeseen 21 

Experimental Farms, Annual Report 6c 

E \ | >< >rt Cattle Trade 76 

Exports and Imports 33 

F 

Fisheries, Annual Report <S 

Fisheries of Richelieu and Berthier (n.p.) 54// 

Pisheri( a Statements and Inspectors' Reports 8a 

Fishery Laws, Violation of (n.p.) 54/ 

Fishery Officers' ( lonference (n.p.) 54a" 

Fishery Protection Service (n.p.) 54c 

Fishing Bounties (n.p.) 54a, 546 

do 54e 

1' ishing Licenst e (n.p.) 64 

Floods by the Richelieu River (n.p.) 43 

Fournier, Dame Julie (n.p.) 79 

French Language in Manitoba 51 



■ i Eli ction, L891 


27q 


1 . Samuel 


... .(n.p.) 86a 


Geological Survey Report 


17" 


< ;<il<l Reserve 


. . . .(n.p.) 68 


< rovernor < ren< ral's w arrants 


. . . 20, 20a 


( rraham, J. B 


(n.p.) ■''.</ 


< Irand Jurj System 


66 



Grand River (n.p.) 436, 43(7 

Guysboro' and Antigonish Indians (n.p.) 29a 

Guysboro', Fishery lawc in (n.p.) 54/ 

H 

Hartley, H. E (n.p.) 62 

Herring Fisheries, Bay of Fundy (n.p.) 54c/ 

High Commissioner, Report of 6c 

I 

Indian Affairs, Annual Report 18 

Indian Agent at Sutton West (n.p.) 29 

Indians of Guysboro', and Antigonish. .(n.p.) 29a 

Inland Revenue, Annual Report 5 

Insurance, Annual Report 11 

Insurance Companies 11a, ll/> 

Intercolonial Railway : (n.p. ) 53 to 53c 

Elevators constructed (n.p. ) 53 

Accident at St. Joseph de Levis. . . .(n.p.) 53a 

Additional property accommodation (n. p. ) 53b 

Enquiry held at St. Flavie (n.p.) 53c 

Interior, Annual Report 17 

Intoxicating Liquor (n.p.) 31 

Inverness and Richmond Railway (n.p.) 34c 

Isle Verte (n.p.) 39 

J 

Jamaica Exhibition ... 6h 

Jobnston, Samuel (n.p.) 73a 

Justice, Annual Report 12 

K 

Kaministiquia River (n.p.) 42 

Kingston Graving Dock (n.p.) 40, 406, 40c 

£, 

Lachine Canal (n.p. ) 62c 

Laidlow, William (n.p.) 366 

Le Canada Newspaper (n.p.) 39c 

Leduc, Charles (n. p. ) 36a 

Library of Parliament, Annual Report 15 

Liquor in the North-West (n.p.) 74 

Logan's Farm, Property on (n.p.) 64 

Lowe Post Office (n.p.) 39/ 

M 

Mackenzie Basin Territory.. 87 

Manchester Ship Canal 62a 

Manitoba, Separate Schools in 63, 636 

do do (n.p.) 63a 

"Marie Eliza," Schooner (n.p.) 77 

Marine, Annual Report 7 

Maritime Provinces and West India trade. 26,2(5^ 

Maurice, Joseph Antoine (n.p.) 79 

" Medmerly," Barque (n.p.) 49 



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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. L891 



11 

Military Clothing 76a 

Military District No. 1 (n.p.) 50 

Military District No. 11 (n.p.) 80a 

Militia and Defence, Annual Report LS 

Mining Machinery (n.p.) 76 

Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses 21 

Monro, Thomas, Report of 62a 

Montreal Custom House (n.p.) 83 

Morrisburg Canal in. p.) (>•_'// 

Mortuary Statistics. .. 6/ 

Munroe, Hugh, Claim of (n.p.) 346 

Muttart, William (n.p.) 73 

Napierville and St. Remi Railway (n.p.) 34d 

Nicolet, Fishing licenses in. (n.p.) 54i 

North Shore Railway 34a 

North- West, Liquor in the (n.p.) 74 

North-West Mounted Police 19, 69 

O 

Ottawa River 43c 

Ouillet, Hormidas (n.p.) 53c 

P 

Pay Roll, Military Camps (n.p. ) • 75 

Penitentiary, British Columbia (n.p.) 656 

Peterson, Captain (n.p.) 48 

Pictou & New Glasgow, Railway between (n.p. ) 70 

Pig Iron, Bounty on 67 

Point Abino (n.p. ) 85 

Postmaster General, Annual Report 16 

Postmasters, Contingent expenses of 39c 

Post Office at Buckingham (n.p. ) 39a 

Post Office at Campbellton (n. p. ) 396 

Potatoes exported 47 

Prince Edward Island Railway (n.p.) 55, 73 

Public Accounts, Annual Report 1 

Public Officers' Commissions 24 

Public Printing and Stationery 14c 

Public Works, Annual Report 9 

Public Works Department Employees. . .(n.p.) 78 

H 

Quebec, Bridge over St. Lawrence at 61 

(Quebec Oriental Railway (n.p.) 59 

R 

Railways and Canals, Annual Report 10 

Railways subsidized 34c 

Railway Statistics 106 

Rapide Plat Canal (n.p. ) 62/i 

Receipts and Expenditures.. . . 22, 22a, 226, 22c, 22^ 



Richelieu and Bert bier fishe 
Richelieu Rn er II I 

Rid< an ( 'anal 



(n.p 

(n.p 

,(n.p 



Saunders, William (n.p.) 

Savings Banks (n.p.) 

Schreiber, Collingwood, Report of... . 
Secretary of State, Annual Report 

Seizure of Seliooner " Araunali " 

Seizures in Behring Sea 

Separate Schools, Manitoba 63, 

do do (n.p.) 

Shareholders in Banks 

Soulanges Canal (n.p.) 

do 

Spanish American Treaty 

Standard of time 

Steamboat Inspection, Annual Report 

Steamer "Stanley " (n.p. ) 

St. Emilede Suffolk & St. Andre Avelin . (n.p.) 

St. Elavie, Enquiry held at (n.p.) 

St. Jean Deschaillons (n.p. ) 

St. Joseph de Levis, Accident at (n.p.) 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. . . .(n.p.) 65, 

Sugar Beet in. p.) 

Superannuations, Civil Service 

Supplementary Estimates. 

Sutton West, Indian Agent at (n.p.) 

Sydney, C.B., to Oxford, Train from. . .(n.p.) 



::; 

:;■>/ 

61 

14 
8c 
86 

636 

63a 
2 

62/ 

62p 

44 

7<i 

53e 

Mu 

53" 
i ;:,. / 
84 
23 
1 
29 
70 



T 

Thurber, James (n.p.) 36 

Timber and Deals 7c 

Timber and Sawlogs 57 

Time, Standard 44 

Trade and Navigation, Annual Report 4 

Trade between United States and Canada . 38, 38a 



United States and Canadian trade. 






V 

Victoria, N.S., Returning Officer ... .(n.p.) 60a 

W 

Warrants, Governor General's 20, 20fl 

Weights, Measures and Gas, Annual Report. 5a 

Welland Canal (n.p.) 626, 62 

Wellington, Military aid at (n.p. 

Western Hemisphere Trade 66 

West India trade 2ii. 26a, 386 

Wharf at Big Bay (n.p.) 46 



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See also Alphabetical Index, page 1. ^m 

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS. 

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their Titles at full length ; the Dates when 
Ordered and when Presented to both Houses of Parliament ; the Name of 
the Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is Ordered 
to be Printed or Not Printed. 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 1. 

1. Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1890 ; presented to the House of 
Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster. Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1892 ; 
presented 18th May, 1891. Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1891 ; pre- 
sented 4th June, 1891. Supplementary Estimates, 1891-32; presented, 16th September, 1891. 
Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1892 ; presented 29th Septem- 
ber, 1891 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

'£. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the dominion of Canada, as on the 31st December, 
1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 2. 

-**. Report of the .Auditor General on Appropriation Accounts, for the year ended 30th June, 1890. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 3. 

4. Tables of the Trade and Navigation of the dominion of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 

L890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. M. Bowell— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 4. 

5. Report, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues of the dominion of Canada, for the fiscal 

ended 30th June, L890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. 

( losl igan Printed for bo/I/ distribution and sessional papers. 

•I-/. In pection of Weights, Measures and Cas, being a supplement to the report of the department of 
inland revenue, L890. Presented (" the Eouse of Commons, 5th May, ism, by Hon. J. Costigan — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
."»//. Reporl on Adulteration of Pood, for the fiscal year ended Joth June, 1890. Presented to the House 
of Commons, 1st June, L891, by Hon. .1. Costigan 

Printed for both dist ribution and st ssional papers. 
%, Reporl of the Minister of Agriculture for the dominion of Canada, for the calendar year 1890. Pre- 
jented to the Souse of Commons, 5th May, L891, bj Eon. John Haggart-- 

Priatal for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 5. 

8a. Eteport on Canadian Archives,' 1891 Printed/or both distribution and sessional papert. 

6ft. Report <>n Western Hemisphere Trade Printed for both distribution and sessional \ 

0c. Reports of the Director and Officers of the Experimental Farms, for the year L890. Presented to the 
Souse of Commons, 6th May, L891, bj Hon. J. Haggaii 

Printed for both distribution and sessx >nal papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 6. 

<w. First Annual Report of tin ■ I >airy Commissioner for the dominion of Canada for L890. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 1-th May, L891, by Hon. .). Haggart— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
<» . Report of the High Commissioner for Canada, with Reports from Agents in the United Kingdom, 

for the year IS! II i. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, L891, by Hon. .1. Haggarl 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
C/. Mortuary Statistics of the principal cities and towns of Canada for the year 1890 — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
H[i. Criminal Statistics for the year ended 30th September, 1890 — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
O/i. Report of the Honorary Commissioner, Mr. Adam Brown, representing Canada ac the Jamaica 
Exhibition, 1891. Presented to the House of Commons, 26th June, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional \ 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 7. 

7. Twenty-third Annual Report of the Department of Marine, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1890. 

Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. T upper — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
7a. Report of the Chairman of the Board of Steamboat Inspection, etc., for calendar year ended 31st 
December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
7b. Evidence on the Export Cattle Trade of Canada. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 

1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper Printed for both distribution and sessional papt rs. 

7c. Report of Evidence relative to the Carrying of Deck Loads of Timber and Deals during the winter 
months. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papt rs. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 8. 

8. Annual Report of the Department of Fisheries for the year 1890. Presented to the House of Com- 

mons, 6th May, 1891, by Hon. C. H. Tupper. . . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
$a. Fisheries Statements and Inspectors' Reports for the year 1890. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 4th June, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 9. 

Hb. Correspondence relative to the Seizure of British Vessels in Behring Sea by United States Authori- 
ties in 1886-91 Printed for both distribution << ml sessional papers. 

8c. Correspondence respecting the Seizure of the British schooner " Araunah," off Copper Island, by the 
Russian Authorities, 1888-90 Printed for both distribution and sessional p 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 10. 

9. Annual Report of the Minister of Public Works, for the fiscal year 1889-90, on the works under his 

control. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Sir Hector Langevin — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 11. 

10. Annual Report of the Minister of Railways and Canals for the past fiscal year, from the 1st July, 1889, 

to 30th June, 1890, on the works under his control. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th 

.May. L891, by Sir John A. Macdonald Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

10 . Canal Statistics for season of Navigation, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 

1891, by Hon. M. Bowell Printed for both distribution and sessioncd po ipers. 

lOb. Reports, Railway Statistics of Canada, and capital, traffic and working expenditure of the railways 

of the Dominion, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 24th June, 1891, by Hon. M. 
• 11 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 12. 

11. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for the year ending 31st December, 1890. Presented to 

the House of Commons, 10th September, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

1 In. Preliminary abstract of the business of Canadian Life Insurance Companies for the year ending 31st 

December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 
1 lb. Abstract of statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, for the year ending 31st December, 1890. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

12. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries in Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1890. 

Presented to the House of Commons, 6th May, 1891, by Sir John Thompson— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 13. 

18. Annual Report of the Department of Militia and Defence of the dominion of Canada, for the year 
ending 31st December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 11th May, 1891, by Sir Adolphe 
Caron Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

1 4. Report of the Secretary of State, for the year ended 31st December, 1890. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

14a. The Civil Service List of Canada, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by 
Hon. -I. A. Chapleau Printed for both distribution <<n<l sessional papers. 

14/,. Report of the Hoard of Kxaminers for the civil service of Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 
L890. Presented to the House of Commons, 5th May, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional jvi/>t rs. 

14c. Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery for the dominion of Canada, for the 
year ending 30th June, 1890, with a partial report for services during six months ending 31st 
I December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891, by Hon. J. A. Chapleau— 

Printed for both distribution and srssional papers. 

Iff. Reporj of the .hunt Librarians of Parliament on the state of the library of parliament. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 30th April, L891, by Hon. Mr. Speaker. .Printed for sessional papers only. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 14. 

m. Report of the Postmaster General, for the yearended 30th June, L890. Presented to the House o 
Commons, Ith May, L891, by Hon. .1. Efaggart.. Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

17. Annual Report of the Departmenl of the Interior, for the year lsiio. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 1th May, 1891, by Hon. E. Dewdney — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

17 i. Summary Report ol th< Geological Survey Department, for the year 1890. Presented to the House 
immons, Ith May, L891, by Hon. E. Dewdney 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 




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CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. L5. 

is. Annual Report of the Departraenl of Indian Affairs, for the year ended 31*1 December, 1890. Pre 
sented to the House of Commons, Ith May, L891, by Hon. E. Dewdney. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

li>. Report of the Commissioner of the North- West Mounted Polioe, 1890. Presented to the II 
Commons, 18th May, L891, by Sir John A. Maodonald. 

Printed for i><>t/i distribution and sessional j 

ftO. Statement of < rovernor ( taneral's Warrants issued since the closing of Parliament, and of the expen 
diture made on them, in accordance with the Consolidated Revenue and Audit A<i. Presented 
m the House of Commons, 4th May, 1891, by Hon. (I. E. Foster ...Printed for distribution only. 

90a. lift urn to an order of t lie Houseof ( "on in ions, dated L8th May, L891, for a return showing details of the 

following items of expenditure which appear in the statement of ( rOVernor < reneral's wan ants issued 

since the closing of the last parliament: July loth, 1890, franchise act, $4,000 : March 26th, 1891, 
Kingston graving dock, $6,006.14; August 30th, 1890, new dredging plant, $5,991.91 ; March26th, 
1891, breakwater at Southampton, $38,022.39; April 28th, 1891, oos1 of litigated matters, 
$10,468.79 ^January 31st, 1891, ^'^1 grain to settlers in X. W.T., 82,298. 18. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891. — Mr. Mulock Printed for distribution only. 

21. Statement of expenditure on account of Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses from 1st July, L890, I 

30th April, 1891. Presented to the House of Commons, Gth May, 1891, by Sir John A. Mac 
donald Printed for distribution only. 

22. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated Gtli May, 1891, for a return of the receipts and 

expenditures in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from the 1st day of May, 1890, to 1st 
day of May, 1891 ; and comparative statements from 1st July, 1889, to 1st May, 1890. Presented 
to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891. — Sir R. Cartwright Printed for distribution only. 

22«. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th May, 1891, for a return giving comparative 
statement of receipts and expenditures from 1st July, 1890, to 10th May, 1891, and from 1st July, 
1889, to 10th May, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 18th May, 1891.— Sir R Cart- 
wright Printed for distribution only. 

22/>. Statement of receipts and expenditures, in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from 1st July, 
1889, to 20th May, 1890 ; and like statement from 1st July, 1890, to 20th May, 1891. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster Printed for distribution only. 

22c. Statement of receipts and expenditures, in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from 1st July, 
1889, to 31st May, 1890 ; and like statement from 1st July, 1890, to 31st May, 1891. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 1st June, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster. .... Printed for distribution only. 

22</. Statement of receipts and expenditures, in detail, chargeable to the consolidated fund, from 1st July, 
1889, to the 10th June, 1890 ; and like statement from 1st July, 1890, to 10th June, 1891. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 17th June, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster. — 

Printed for distribution only, 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 16. 

23. Statement of all superannuations and retiring allowances in the civil service, giving the name and 

rank of each person superannuated or retired, his salary, age and length of service, his allowance 
and cause of retirement, whether the vacancy has been filled by promotion or new appointment. 
etc., for year ended 31st December, 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 11th May. 1891, 
by Hon. G. E. Foster Printed for sessional papt rs only. 

24. List of public officers to whom commissions have issued under chapter 19 of the Revised Statutes of 

Canada, during the year 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th May, 1891, by Hon. J. 
A. Chapleau Printed in SFo. 14. 

25. Return (in part) under resolution of the House of Commons, passed on the 20th February, L8J 

all subjects affecting the Canadian Pacific Railway, respecting details as to: 1. Selection of the 
route. 2. The progress of the work. 3. The selection or reservation of land. 4. The payment of 
moneys. 5. The laying out of branches. 6. The progress thereon. 7. The rates of Dolls for pas- 
sengers and freight. 8. The particulars required by the Consolidated Railway Act and amend- 
ments thereto, up to the end of the previous fiscal year. 9. Like particulars up to the latest 
practicable date before the presentation of the return. 10. Copies of all orders in council and all 

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correspondence between the government and the railway company, or any member or officer of 
either, relating to the affairs of the company. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th May, 

W.'l. by Hon. E. Dewdney Printed for sessional papers only. 

85a. List of lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, from the 1st October, 1889, to 1st Octo- 
890. Presented to the House of Commons, 27th May, 1891, by Hon. E. Dewdney— 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

'Zit. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th May, 1891, for an abstract copy or copies 
of the cargoes carried by the steamships subsidized to run between the maritime provinces and the 
West [ndies on each voyage during the present year 1891 ; showing the character and value of the 
cargoes carried and the port or ports of lading and discharge of such cargoes, with an abstract of 
any other information given in such manifest; and also showing number of trips made by the 
steamers subsidized to carry on the steam service between the maritime provinces and the West 
India ports, (hiring the year 1890 ; the dates of such trips, amount paid for each trip, the person or 
company carrying out said service for the present year, and whether any contract has been 
entered into for the s< rvice this year, and what rates are being paid therefor and to whom. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 18th May, 1891 — Mr. Dairies. .Printed for sessional papers only. 

86a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, to his excellency the Governor General of the 27th 
May, 1891, for : 1. Copies of all correspondence and reports to council on the subject of payment 
of subsidies to the Canadian, West Indian and South American Steamship Company, and to 
Messrs. Piekford and Black, or either of them, and for copies of all contracts between the Cana- 
dian, West Indian and South American Steamship Company (Limited), and Messrs. Pickford and 
Black, or either of them, and the government, for the steam service between Canada and the 
West Indies, entered into during the year 1890. 2. Also the names of persons or companies to 
whom the subsides for the steam service between St. John, N.B., and the West Indies were paid, 
previously to the execution of the contract by the Canadian, West Indian and South American 
Steamship < Jompany, and the amounts so paid, and dates. Also the amount paid, and dates when 
paid to such steamship company, after entering into the contract. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 13th July, 1891— Mr. Davie* Printed for sessional papers only. 

it?. Return to an Order of the House of Commons, dated the 6th May, 1891, for a return giving the date 
of the declarations in every riding during the recent general election. If adjournments or enlarge- 
wei-e made, in any case, from the time fixed at the nominations, stating where, when, how often 
and for what reason, and giving the name and addi*ess of the returning officer where such occurred ; 
also giving the name, occupation and post office address of every returning officer; showing the 
date of return by returning officer to the clerk of the crown in chancery, and the date of receipt of 
each by the clerk of the crown in chancery ; together with the name of the electoral district and 
the member elected thereto, and the date of publication of his return in the Canada Gazette. Also 
copies of all letters written by or on behalf of any member of the government to any member elect 
or to any other person or persons suggesting that any returning officer be asked to delay making 
his return to the clerk of the crown in chancery. Presented to the House of Commons, 19th May, 
L891. Mr. La ,><!< rkin Printed for sessional papers only^ 

97a. Return of the Seventh General Election for the House of Commons of Canada, by Samuel E. St. O. 
Chapleau, Esq., Clerk of the Crown in Chancery for Canada. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 19th May, L891, by Hem. J. A. Chapleau .. Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

JfiH. Detailed statement of all bonds and securities registered in the department of the secretary of state 
of Canada, Bince last return, L890, submitted to the parliament of Canada under section 23, chapter 
19, Of the Revised Statutes of Canada, Presented to the House of Commons, 20th May, 1891, by 
Bon. J. A. Chapleau Hot printed. 

**>• Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, L891, for a return showing a detailed 
accounl of all expenses incurred in connection with an investigation held into the conduct of the 
indian agenl at Sutton West. Presented to the House of Coimnons. 21st May, 1891.— Mr. 
Mulock Not printed. 

99a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated L8th May. L891, for a list and prices paid for all 

les purchased for the indians of the counties of Guysboro' and Antigonish, including in said 

list any cattle purchased as well as farming implements, during the last three years. Also state- 

nient of prices realized from Bale of cattle or other articles purchased for the use of the indians in 

laid counties, Uso itatemenl in full of articles belonging to the department of the interior in 

I I OUntieB for the a8e f the said indians. Presented to the House of ( 'ominous, 27th May, 1891. 
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30. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellencj the Govern G ted lltli 

May, L891, for a return of : L. Copies ol all oorresp lence and tel< 

ii i.nt of militia and defence, or any officer thereof, and the commandi l battery, ' 

reference to sending a detachment of men under hi- command to Wellington "n the Ith < 
das of August Last, ostensibly toaidthe civil authorities of that district. 2. Also copies of the 
requisition Berved on the said commanding officer, invoking military aid al Wellington, to 
with the names of the magistrates who signed the requisition, also the distance from Wellington 
at which said magistrates reside. .'>. Also copies of the reports of the commanding officer, confi 
dential or otherwise, as to the necessity there was for the military occupation of Wellington, and 
for their continuance there, until they were recalled. I. Also of all telegraphic or other < 
pondence between the department of militia and defence, or any officer of the government "i 
Canada, and the provincial governmenl of British Columbia, or with any officer thereof, 
or \\ i tli any othei person, in reference to sending the said military force to Wellington, 5. 
detailed statement of ail moneys disbursed by the government of Canada, or by any department 
thereof, either as regimental pay, or for active service allowance, either to the officers and men of 
"C " battery, or both officers and men of the British Columbia * S-arrison Art illery, while on sen Lee 
at Wellington, or for their maintenance while there, or for their transportation to and from 
Wellington. (*». Also copies of all militia general and special orders issued by the militia depart 
ment for the regulation and guidance of the officers of "C" battery since its establishment in 
British Columbia. Presented to the House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891. Mr. Gordon 

Not print"/. 
BOa. Return to an order of the House of Commons dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return of all reports from 
the deputy adjutant general of military district No. 11 to the minister of militia, Bince January, 
1888: 1. In regard to "C" battery barracks. 2. In regard to drill hall in Victoria. 3. In 
regard to removal of magazine from Beacon Hill Park. 4. In regard to condition of guns, - 
gun platforms, etc. Also copies of all correspondence between the deputy adjutant general "i 
military district No. 11 and the minister of militia, on the same subjects, since the same date. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 1st July, 1891.— Mr. Prior Not prxnU ■/. 

31. Return to an address of the House of Commons, to his excellency the Governor ( reneral, dated 14th 

May, 1891, for a return of all petitions addressed to the government, praying for the analysis ol 
intoxicating liquor manufactured or offered for sale, by wholesale or retail, in the dominion of 
Canada. Presented to the House of Commons, 22nd May, 1891. —Mr. Currom Not printed. 

3*. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th May, 1891, for copies of correspondence. 
papers, and all documents respecting steps taken by the government during last session, or since 
that time, to prevent American cheese being shipped through or from Canadian ports, and branded 
as Canadian ; also copies of the instructions now given to the proper authorities or preventive 
officers on the subject. Presented to the House of Commons, 26th May, L89L— Mr. Marshall— 

Not print"/ . 

33. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1891, for a return in the form used in 

the statements usually published in the Oazette of the exports and imports from 1st day of May, 
1890, to 1st day of May, 1891, distinguishing the products of Canada and those of other countries : 
and comparative statements from 1st July, 1889, to 1st May, 1890. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 27th May, 1891. — Sir R. Cartwright Printed for distribution <>ni>i. 

34. Copies of papers relating to the sale of the Carleton Branch Railway to the city of !St. John. Pre- 

sented to the House of Commons, 29th May, 1891, by Hon. G. E. Foster Not print"/. 

34a. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 1m 
June, 1891, for copies of all orders in council, correspondence, papers, reports and documi 
relation to the returning of the debentures of the North Shore Railway Company. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891.— Mr. Langtbier Printed/or sessional papers only. 

346. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th July, 1891, for all papers in reference to 
the claim of Hugh Munroe, of River John, Pictou County, for damages for injuries caused to his 
farm by the building of the Short Line Railway. Presented to the Mouse of Commons, 10th 
August, 1891.— Mr. Fraser Not print"/. 

34c. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 20th 
July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, petitions and memorials relating to the construction 
of a line of railway by the Inverness and Richmond Railway Company (Limited), in the county 
of Inverness, up to date. Presented to the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891. Mr. Cameron 

'In verness ) Not printed* 

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34//. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 20th 
July. 1891, for copies of all petitions, letters or communications whatsoever received by the gov- 
ernment from any of the municipalities of the county of Xapierville, or from any person in the 
Baid county, and of any answers made by the government thereto, up to the 5th March last, in 
relation to the granting of a subsidy in aid of the construction of a railway between the village of 
Xapierville and the village of St. Remi. Presented to the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891. 
— Mr. Monet Not printed. 

34. . Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated the 18th June, 1891, for a return showing: 
1. The names of the several railways in the dominion to which dominion aid has been granted, 
except the Canadian Pacific main line 2. The province within which the said railway, in whole 
or in part, is located, and if located in two or more provinces, the number of miles in each. 3. The 
county or counties through which the said lines run in each province. 4. The amount of money 
paid to each up to the 1st January, 1891. 5. The railways built in the dominion by the dominion 
since confederation, excepting the main line of the Intercolonial and main line of the Canadian 
1* icific. 6. The province within which built. 7. The entire cost of each line built or assisted by 
the dominion, in each province, including equipment. 8. The entire sum spent up to 1st January 
last, on the construction of dominion roads in each province, excepting the Intercolonial main line 
and Canadian Pacific main line. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th September, 1891. — 
Mr. McMuUen Printed for sessional peipers only. 

35. Report of the Commissioner, Dominion Police, for the year 1890, under Revised Statutes of Canada, 
chapter 184, section 5. Presented to the House of Commons, 1st June, 1891, by Sir John 
Thompson Not printed. 

3C. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 12th 
.May, 1891, for copies of all orders in council, letters, correspondence, and documents of every 
nature respecting the resignation of James Thurber, Esq., lieutenant-colonel of the sedentary 
militia, in the county of Lotbiniere ; the appointment of his son, Mr. William Thurber, as light- 
house keeper in the parish of St. Croix; and the refusal of the government to grant to the said 
James Thurber, Esq., the amount claimed by him as his superannuation allowance. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 1st June, 1891. — Mr. Riafret Notprvnted. 

:W<< Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1891, for all correspondence and 
papers relating to the resignations and re-appointments to office of the following parties : Samuel 
Genest, -loin, ( losgrove and Charles Ledue. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — 
Mr. Devlin . . . Not printed. 

'MM,. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th June, 1891, for a return of all letters, cor- 
respondence and papers relating to the cause of the resignation and removal of William Laidlow, 
of Arthur, from the North-West Mounted Police, and all papers and correspondence relating to 
his application for compensation for the loss of his thumb while in the service; also the award of 
compensation paid him, if any. Presented to the House of Commons, 6th July, 1891. — Mi. Mc 
Mullen Not printed. 

37. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th May, L891, for a, return showing how many 
yards of cotton sail duck have been imported at Halifax, Nova Scotia, from the 30th June, 1889, 
o. 30th June, L890, and from 3()th June, 1890, to 30th December, 1890, and the value of such im- 
portation respectively. Presented to the House of Commons, 2nd dune, 1891. — Mr. White (Shel- 
burnej Notprinted 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME No. 17. 

:im. Papers relating to the extension and development of trade between the United States and the domin- 
ion of Canada, including the colony of Newfoundland. Presented to the House of Commons, 3rd 
June, L891, by Sir John Thompson Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

XH<<. Further papers relating to the extension and development of trade between the United states and 
dominion of Canada, including the colony of Newfoundland. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 22nd June, L891, by Sir John Thompson .Printed for both distribution and sessional /«'/« /'.•>•. 

:ihi,. ( lopy ot ;. report of the honourable the privy council of the 4th November, 1890, relative to the proposal 
made by the government oi Canada to the governors of British West India Islands and of British 
Guiana for the extension of trade, together with correspondence, etc., referring to the same sub- 
ject. Presented to the House of Commons, 29th July, 1891, bj Hon. G. E. Foster 

Printed for h<>th distribution ami sessional papers. 
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88c. Correspondence and telegrams respecting the Spanish American Treaty. Pn M 

Commons, 22nd September, L891, by Eon. G. K. Poster. .. Printed for sessional papers only. 

.'<i>. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, L891, for oopiea "i tin- report <>f the 
enquiry held by •). B. Caouette, in L890, respecting the abstraction, from the post office al tsle 
Verte, of a Qewspaper addressed to :i residenl of thai parish; of all letters from th< posl office 
department to the said Caouette, and replies thereto, and "i anj report made by the said 
Caouette; also of all official correspondence in relation to the said enquiry. Presented to the 

House of ( ominous, lllth .1 line, L891. Mr. A m/int Not />/>,>/>>/. 

89a, Return to an order of the House df Commons, dated L8th Maw L891, for copies oi .ill letters, peti- 
tions and memorials relating to and praying for the construction of a suitable posl office In the 
town of Buckingham, county of Ottawa. Presented to the House of Commons, 16th June, 1891. 
Mr. Devlin Not printed. 

•iith. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 27th 
May, 1891, for copies of all petitions, memorials, reports and orders in council in reference to tin; 
establishment <»f a, post office at Campbellton, in the county of Inverness, Nova Scotia. IV 
to the House of Commons, 19th June, 1891. — Mr. Laurier Not printed. 

89c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for a return showing the contin- 
gent expenses of the several salaried postmasters of the dominion for the fiscal years L888, 1889 
and 1890. Presented to the House of Commons, 24th July, 1891.— Mr. McMullen— 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

89d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th May, 1891, for a return showing the 
amount deposited in each of the post office and dominion savings banks in the dominion on the 30th 
June, 1891. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891. — Mr. McMullen — 

Not printed. 

39c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 20th July, 1891, for copies of correspondence 
between the proprietor or proprietors of the newspaper Lc Canada, published at Ottawa, and any 
member of th*' government ; also of any correspondence between any member of the govern- 
ment and any other person in relation to the suspension of the publication in the said newspapt i 
Le Canada, of the table showing the arrival and departure of mails at the Ottawa post office. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891.— Mr. Beausoleil Not printed. 

39/". Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, corres- 
pondence and petitions relating to the establishment of a post office in the township of Lowe, 
county of Ottawa; also petitions, memorials and documents complaining of the mail Bervice 
between Ste. Emile de Suffolk and St. Andre Avelin, in the county of Ottawa. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 17th August, 1891.— Mr. Deri in . . . Not print* d. 

40. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for copies of the tenders asked 
for to construct a graving dock at Kingston ; the tenders received ; the reports and calculations 
made by the engineers of the department of public works made and based on these tenders ; the 
contract which has been entered into ; the reports of the engineers which may have been made on 
the carrying out of the works ; or the changes which may have been made in them ; and also a 
statement of the sums paid out to the contractors up to date. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 4th June, 1891.— Mr. Quay Not printt d. 

40o. Return toanorderof the House of Commons, dated 8th July, 1891, for copies of the tenders received 
and accepted for the construction of a caisson in connection with the Esquimalt graving dock ; the 
report of Mr. H. F. Perley in this connection ; and all other correspondence referring to this con- 
tract. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th August, 1891.— Mr. Tarte Not printed. 

406. Papers respecting the Kingston graving dock. Presented to the House of Commons, <'»th July, 
1891, by Sir Hector Langevin Not print* d. 

4©c. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated l> t 
July, 1891, for : 1. Copy of original plan and also of alteration made to Kingston dry dock, 
showing the additional excavations, crib work, extra masonry and additional iron works in caissons, 
together with the quantities of each class of extra work paid or undertaken to be paid for, and 
the rates of payment for the said extra work. 2. Copy of the order in council, dated 5th July, 
1890, concerning the contract for the building of said dry dock. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 19th August, 1891. — Mr. Amtiot Not print, d. 

40d. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd August, 1891, for copies of all petitions, 
correspondence, reports of surveys and any other documents relating to the construction of a dry 

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, at the town of Amherstburg. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th August, 1891. — 
Mr. Allan Not printed. 

41. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 14th May, 1891, for a return giving the report 
of Mr. .). R. Amoldi, engineer of the mechanical department of public works, to the special 
committee on ballot boxes last session. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — 
Mr. Land*, rki/n Printed for sessional papers only. 

4"£. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1891, for a return of all papers, 
correspondence and other documents relating to the dredging on the bar of the Kaministiquia 
River, Thunder Bay, since July, 1890, including the advertisement, tenders received and contract 
for such dredging ; also engineer's report to the department, showing what progress has been made 
in tin- work up to the 1st of December last ; also statement showing the amounts paid on account 
of such work, t» whom paid, dates and amounts of such payments. Presented to the House of 
' '« immons, 4th June, 1891. — Mr. Campbell Not printed. 

4jJ. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for copy of the report of H. P. 
Perley, Esq., chief engineer of the public works department, respecting the causes of the flooding 
by thr waters of the Richelieu River, of the lands of the riparian owners, in the counties of Iber- 
ville, St. John and Missisquoi. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — Mr. 
Bichard Not printed. 

43a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th June, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 
letters, reports and documents of every description, respecting the deepening of the river and the 
lifting and removal of boulders from the batture of St. Jean Deschaillons. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 22nd July, 1891. — Mr. Rinfrct Not printed. 

4:*//. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, for copies of reports of engineers 
as to improvements in the navigation of the Grand River. Presented to the House of Commons, 
4th August, 1891. — Mr. Montague Not printed. 

13 Supplementary return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 21st 
January, 1890, for copies of all reports and other communications in reference to the deposit of 
sawdust, slabs and other offensive material in the Ottawa and other rivers of the dominion, 
together with a letter from the deputy minister of fisheries relative thereto. Presented to the 
Senate, 19th August, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Clemow Printed for sessional papers only. 

48a*. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd August, 1891, for copies of petitions, cor- 
respondence, etc., relating to reconstruction, by private parties, of the Caledonia Dam, across the 
< rrand River. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th September, 1891. — Mr. Montague — 

Not printed. 

4 *. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 15th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, com- 
munications, and reports in the possession of the government, relating to the fixing of a standard 
of time and the legalization thereof. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 1891. — Mr. 
Kirkpatrick Printed for botli. <l 1st ri but ion and sessional papers. 

4.1. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for copies of all letters and 
correspondence between the government or any member thereof, or any public department, and 
Mi. Solyme Forgues, of St. Michel de Bellechasse, returning officer, in relation to the last dominion 
• lection in the electoral district of Bellechasse. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th June, 
L891. Mr. Amyot , Not printed. 

4<». Return to an order of the Hon., ,,i Commons, dated L8th May, 1891, for a return showing what 
amounl of money was expended in repairing wharf at Big Bay, in the township of Keppel, North 
Grey, during the summer of L890; whether the work was lei by tender or private contract j who 
performed the work ; who acted as inspector, and what compensation did the inspector receive. 
Presented to the House of Commons, Itfa June, 1891.— Mr. Somerville Not printed- 

W. Return to an order of the House of < lommons, dated 27th May, L891, for a return showing the number 
of bushels of potatoes exported from Canada from 1st October, L890, to 1st May, 1891, and the 
place to which exported. Presented to the Bouse of Commons, 6th June, 1891. Mr? Mc Mullen— 

Printed for sessional papas only. 

4s. i;. t hi n to .in older of t he I louse of I 'ominous, dated 3rd •! une, ism, fora return of all correspondence 
between all persons and the department of marine and fisheries, recommending or with reference 
to a reward given to Captain Peterson of the Ajnerican schooner "Seigfried," for his services in 

ling the captain and cre^ of the scl aer "Blizzard," of Lunenburg, in October last. Pre- 

ented to the House of Commons, 16th June, 1891. Mr. Flint Not printed. 

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49. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd June, 1891, I ondence with the 

departmenl of marine respecting presentation of binoculai glasses to the volunl ng the 

crew of the barque "Medmerly,"lost on Ray's Wand, Pictou County, in November last 
Presented to the House of Commons, L6th June, 1891. .)//■. Frost r Not printed. 

50. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated L8th May, L891, for copy of all correspondence, 

papers and reports, in the possession of the government, relating to the locality for holding the 
camp of militia districl No. 1, for the years is; hi and 1891. Pit -• tited bo the House of Commons 
Kit 1 1 .lunr, L891. Mr. II limn a Not printed. 

51. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency tin- Governor General, dated 5th 

May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, petitions, memorials and any other documents submit- 
feed to the privy council, in connection with the abolition of the official use of the French Language 
in the province of Manitoba by the legislature of that pro\ ince; also copies of reports to, or orders 
in council thereon ; also copies of the act or acts relating thereto. Presented to the Hon-.- ,,f 

Commons, 18th June, 1X01.— Mr. LaMiviere Printed for both distribution and sessional papers, 

5&. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 5th 
May, 1891, for copies of the order in council of date the 10th May, L888, granting a subsidy oi 
$12,500 per annum to Mr. Julien Chabot, for the use of the steamboat "Admiral," between Dal- 
housie and Gaspe, in connection with the Intercolonial Railway : and also of all other orders in 
council which may have been passed afterwards in respect to the same steamboat. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 19th June, 1891 — Mr. Quay Not print"/. 

S'Za. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for copies of the contract with 
the owners or owner, or the party in possession of the steamboat "Admiral," made by the gov- 
ernment in consequence of an order in council bearing date the 10th May, 1888 ; also of the con- 
tracts, deeds or transfers which may have been executed or notified to the government, since the 
said date of the 10th of May, 1888 ; also a statement of the sums paid out for the use of the Baid 
steamboat ; the names of the persons to whom these sums have been paid ; and the date of the 
payments and of the receipts which have been given therefor. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 24th June, 1891.— Mr. Guay Not printed. 

5£6. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 18th 
July, 1891, for copies of any order or orders in council, adopted between the years 1883 and 1888, 
in relation to the steamer "Admiral " and the service performed by the said steamer between Dal- 
housie and Gaspe or other points, in connection with the Intercolonial Railway. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891. — Mr. Tarte Not printed. 

5&c. Ret\;rn to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 13th 
July, 1891, for copies of the contract or contracts between the owners or owner or person in pos- 
session of the steamer " Admiral " and the government, between the years 1883 and 1888: also 
copies of all deeds of transfer, etc., filed with the government, in respect of the said Bteamei 
a statement of all sums paid during the said period of time for the service of the said steamer, 
with the names of the rjersons to whom the said sums were paid and the dates of such payments. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 10th August, 1891. — Mr. Tarte Not printed. 

53. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 6th May, 1891, for a return showing tin cost of 
construction of the several elevators built on the Intercolonial Railway and branches ; showing 
where erected and the capacity of each ; the date of erection, and the quantity of grain that 
passed through each of them, each year, since their completion. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 19th June, 1891. — Mr. McMullen. Not print* i/. 

53a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for copies of all letter-, docu- 
ments, etc., between the officials of the Intercolonial Railway at Moncton and the department of 
railways in relation to the accident at St. Joseph de Levis, on the 18th December, 1890. Pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, 19th June, 1891. — Mr. Carroll Not printed. 

536. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for all correspondence, tele- 
grams, letters, reports and other papers relating to the proposed "additional property accom- 
modation " of Intercolonial Railway at St. John, N.B. Presented to the House of Commons, 
12th August, 1891.— Mr. Bavies Not print, </. 

53c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 8th July, 1891, for copies of all paper writing. 
documents, depositions, etc., respecting or in connection with the enquiry held at St. Flavie, on 
the line of the Intercolonial Railway, into the conduct of Mr. Hormidas Ouillet. superintendent 

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of the workshops of the said Intercolonial Railway, as well as in relation to any other employees. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 26th September, 1891.— Mr. Choquctte Not printed. 

54. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th May, 1891, for : 1. A statement of all fish- 
ing licenses granted in 1890, in the following counties : Berthier, Maskinonge, St. Maurice, 
Champlain, Nicolet, Yamaska and Richelieu, showing the names of those who obtained such 
licenses, the amount paid by each of them and the date of each payment. 2. A statement of the 
quantity and value of the several kinds of fish taken by the said license-holders, according to the 
reports of the fishery overseers for the said counties. 3. Copies of all instructions sent to the 
fishery overseers of the said several counties in 1890 and 1891, up to date. 4. Copies of all letters, 
petitions and complaints received in relation to this subject during the years 1890 and 1891, up 
to this date, and of all replies made thereto. 5. For a statement of the salaries of che fishery 
overseers of the said counties, and of all other costs and expenditure incurred by the governmsnt 
in connection with the fisheries of the counties aforesaid, during the year 1890. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 22nd June, 1891 Not printed. 

54 <. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return showing the names 
of all persons in the county of Queen's, Nova Scotia, to whom fishing bounties have been paid 
during the last five years, with the amount paid each, and the dates of payment ; the amount still 
unpaid, with the names of the persons to whom such bounties are still due. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 23rd June, 1891.— Mr. Fo?-bes Not printed. 

54A. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for a return of the names of all 
persons in the county of Guysboro' to whom fishing bounties have been paid during the last three 
years, with the amount paid each, the amount still unpaid with the names of the persons to whom 
such bounties are still due. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd June, 1891. — Mr. Fraser — 

Not printed. 

54c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for a return showing the amount 
paid for the supplies required by the crews of the several government vessels engaged in the fishery 
protection service, in the province of Ontario, for the fiscal year ending 30th June, 1890, together 
with the names of parties from whom purchases were made, and the prices paid. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 24th June, 1891. — Mr. Sonierville Not printed. 

54r/. Return to an order of the House of CommDns, dated 3rd June, 1891, for a return of papers, corres- 
pondence, reports and other documents in the possession of the government relating to the subject 
of the herring fisheries of the Bay of Fundy and its adjacent waters during the past year, includ- 
ing the report of the conference of fishery officers held at Ottawa on the subject. Presented to the 
House of Commons, 30th June, 1891. —Mr. Bowers , .... Not printed. 

."5 4,. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for a return of the costs and 
expenses of adjusting the amounts claimed for fishery bounties and of preparing and distributing 
the fishery bounty cheques in each year since 1883, and also the names of the persons authorized to 
distribute the bounty cheques in the province of Nova Scotia during the years 1889, 1890 and 1891. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 16th July, 1891.— Mr. Flint- 
Printed for sessional papers only, 

54/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for a return giving the names 
of all persons in the county of Guysboro' fined for violation of the fishery laws, since the 1st day 
of January, L890 : the amount of each fine and costs ; the sum collected of each ; the names of the 
parties whose fines have been remitted, with the reason for such remission; the names of parties in 
Baid county against whom fines are still outstanding, with the amount of each and costs. Presented 
t<> tin- I [ouse of ( 'ominous, 22nd June, L891. — Mr. Fraser Not printed. 

."»!'/. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 15th 
May, L891, for ;i return of all papets, letters and documents in any way whatever relating to the 
dispensing with the services of .1. R. Graham, of Fenelon Falls, as fishery inspector or overseer 
within the count} <>f Victoria, and of all communications with or representations to the govern- 
ment, or an} member thereof, or any office] or clerk in the department of marine and fisheries, 
relating to the said. I. R. Graham and the performance of his duties prior to dispensing with his 
services : and ol .ill ae\» rules <>r regulations (if any) for the appointment of fishery inspectors in 
laid count} and the performance of their duties. Presented to the House of Commons, 3rd August, 
L891. Mr. Barron Not printed. 

54/,. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 30th April, 1890, 
tor copies of all departmental orders relating to the fisheries of the counties of Richelieu and Ber- 

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fchier, and a oopy "t' all correspondence had since L887 between the department ol fish riet .mi. I the 
fishery officers of the said counties on tins subject. Presented to the Senate, 1 ltd July, 1891. //</<<. 

Mr. <•' in m i, tout Not printed, 

.»i Eteturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th July, L891, foi copies of all correspondenoi 
conneoted with the appointment of < ieorge Boisverl as fishery officer over that portion of the Rivei 

St. Lawrence along the trout of the county of Nicolet. Also for copies <>f all correspondence con 
oected with the issuing of fishing licenses for th« county of Nicolel between Fabien Boisvert, al 
that time member of the House of Commons of ( 'ana. la, or any other persons, and the government. 

Presented to the House of < Jommons, 21st August, isi)l. — Mr. Led/ue Not printed. 

55. Eteturn to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, L891, for a return for the ye.,, 

and 1890 of" all reports from or correspondence with the superintendent of the Prince Edward 
Island Railway, \\ it h respect to t he condition of the road-bed or the rails of such railway, together 
with any reports or representations made with respect to such road-bed or rails by any of th( 
masters or other officers of said road. 2. Showing what portion in mileage of such road-bed has 
been relaid with steel rails since the completion of such road. Presented to the House of Commons, 
2nd July, 1891.— Mr. Davies Not printed. 

50. Statement of the affairs of the British Canadian Loan and Investment Company, for the year ended 
31st December, 1890 ; also a list of shareholders on 31st December, 1890. Presented to the Senate, 
4th May, 1891, by the Hon. the Speaker Not printed. 

57. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 5th May, 1891, for a return showing the quan- 

tities and kinds of timber and sawlogs cut annually in the lately disputed territory, in the province 
of Ontario, under the authority of timber licenses issued by the government of Canada ; the names 
of such licensees ; and showing also how the dues were imposed, and the amount per thousand 
feet, board measure, realized by the government of Canada from each person*or firm so licensed i M 
each year from 1875 to 1887, inclusive ; or what royalty or other revenue was received by the 
government from licensees aforesaid on such quantities cut or sold. Presented to the House 
of Commons, 6th July, 1891. — Mr. Barron Printed for sessional papers only. 

58. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th May, 1891, for a return giving the date at 

which the steamer " Stanley " commenced running between Prince Edward Island and the main- 
land in the fall of 1890, how many tiips made, date of each trip, the number of passengers and 
the amount of freight taken to and from Prince Edward Island ; the amount of money collected 
on account of passengers and the amount for freight ; also the expenses of working said steamer 
during the winter of 1891, and the date at which said steamer stopped running from Prince 
Edward Island to the mainland ; together with the report of the deputy minister, dated 5th 
March, 1891, touching this steamer, and all correspondence, telegrams and representations made to 
the marine and post office departments touching the mail and steamboat service between the 
island and the mainland. Presented to the House of Commons, 13th July, 1891. — Mr. Perry — 

Not printed. 

50J Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 8th 
July, 1891, for copies of all petitions, correspondence and documents whatsoever, respecting the 
grant of a subsidy to the Quebec Oriental Railway. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th 
July, 1891. — Mr. Vaillancourt Not printt d. 

<»©. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 
letters or telegrams addressed to the auditor general with reference to the payment of accounts as 
rendered to the auditor genera] by the returning officer of the electoral district of the east riding 
of Elgin ; also the names and post office addresses of the returning officer, deputy returning 
officei-s, poll clerks and constables for the electoral district of the east riding of Elgin ; also the 
respective amounts as claimed by each ; the amount actually paid to each up to date, including 
amount of balance, if any, as rendered by the returning officer in his original account to the 
auditor general. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th July, 1891. — Mr. Ingram — 

Not printed. 

60a. Return to an address of the House of Commons, to his excellency the Governor General, dated 27th 
July, 1891, for copy of all correspondence between John A. Macdonald, M. P. (Victoria, N. S. i. 
or any other parties in the county of Victoiia, N. S., and the government, or any department or 
official of the government, previous to the late general elections, in reference to the appointment 
of a returning officer at said elections for said county. Presented to the House of Commons. 3rd 

August, 1891.— Mr. Flint Not printed. 

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61. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th June, 1891, for copy of the report of 

Collingwood Schreiber, Esq., upon survey made by him of the river St. Lawrence immediately 

opposite and in the vicinity of the city of Quebec, for the purpose of ascertaining whether it was 

ble to build a railway bridge there.' Presented to the House of Commons, 14th July, 1891. 

— Mr. Laurier Printed fur both distribution and sessional papers. 

62. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 11th 

May. 1891, for all correspondence between any department of the government and H. E. Hartley, 
late lockmaster on the Carillon and Grenville Canal, in reference to his retirement from the civil 
Bervice, and any report to council or order in council upon the same subject, together with all 
papers connected with the dismissal of Mr. Hartley. Presented to the House of Commons, 26th 
June, 1891. -Mr. Christie Not printed. 

62". Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for a copy of the report of Thos. 
Monro, government engineer, upon the Manchester Ship Canal. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 21st July, 1891. — Mr. Midock Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

ii'Zb. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th May, 1891, for copies of all letters, corres- 
pondence, documents and papers showing the number of extra or additional men employed on the 
old and new Welland Canal, between the 10th day of February, 1891, and the 7th day of March, 
1891 ; the names of such men, the work required to be done, and the amount of money paid to 
each man. Presented to the House of Commons, 28th July, 1891. — Mr. German. . . .Not printed. 

62o. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 17th June, 1891, 
for a statement and account showing the amount of money received and taken in excess of what 
v. as just and proper by William Ellis, superintendent of the Welland Canal, if any, from the 29th 
day of December, 1879, until the 11th day of September, 1889; also a statement showing the 
amount of money paid back by Mr. Ellis, if any, and date of payments, if any. Further, a copy 
of the bond given as security by Mr. Ellis, if any, to secure the payment of the money taken in 
excess. Presented to the Senate, 29th July, 1891.— Hon. Mr. McCallum Not printed. 

Qf&d. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 17th 
June, 1891, for copies of all petitions, letters and communications from the city of St. Catharines, 
and other municipalities on the Welland Canal, or from any persons or corporations, for the 
privilege of using surplus water from said canal for manufacturing or other purposes ; and of the 
reports of engineers of canals, thereon, and the replies of the government to all such applications. 
I 'i ■« sented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891. — Mr. Gibson . Not printed. 

Gfte. Return to order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, for : 1. Copies of the specifications 
prepared by the government and which formed the basis of the call for tenders for the work of 
constructing a drain from Lachine to Cote St. Paul, along the Lachine Canal. 2. Copies of all 
tenders filed for the said work, and of the reports of the officers of the department of railways and 
canals thereupon. 3. Copies of the report awarding the contract for the said work, and of the said 
< < mtracl . I 'resented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891.— Mr. PHfontaine . .Notprint<d. 

iVZ f. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all reports of en- 
gineer respecting the proposed Soulanges Canal, showing the number of sections into which the 
work is to be divided, the length of each section, the quantities of the several classes of work in 
each section, and detailed estimates of the cost of each section ; the whole to be accompanied with 
a continuous bracing or plan and profile of the whole line showing the several sections and the 
ictures of each Bection. Presented to the House of Commons, 12th August, 1891.— Mr. 
Mou88&vu Notprintcd. 

<*»- Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for a statement showing all 
1 nditure, and a return of all reports and plans of government engineers, if any, in connection 
with the Soulanges Canal, from 1873 to L889, exclusively, and from 1889, inclusively, to June, 
L890 : also a return of all plana and specifications made by engineers and completed by them, at the 
said date, June, L890, in relation to the said Soulanges Canal. Presented to the House of Com- 
mon-, L2th August, L891. Mr. Mousseau Printed for both distribution /aid sessional papers. 

iVZli. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 27th 
May, 1891, for copies ot all tenders, both 6rs1 and second calls, for sections one, two and three 
ectively, ot the enlargement oi the Etapide Plat or Morrisburg Canal, a division of the St. 
Lawrence Canals, the return to comprise the quantities of the several items in the schedule of 
puce on u Inch the tenders were computed, and the aggregate of each tender. Also copies of all 
correspondence, orders in council, reports oi engineers relating to the tenders, or contracts, [or 

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works, or as to dhangea in location oi ol designs, and all estimates in detail of the i 

works and the reason for rejecting the firsi batch of tenders, Presented to the House of Commons, 

21 si August, 1891. Mr. Murray Not printed. 

Mi. Return to an order of the I louse of ( Jommons, dated .'>nl .1 une, L891, for a ve\ ui n of all Let b< 

memoi ials complaining of the high water in the RideauCana] between Kingston and Jones' Falls ; 
copies of Letters from Colonel I -\ and o1 hers, showing the depth <>f water allowed for 
gating the canal ; astatemenl showing the average depth of water in the canal for the firsl fortj 
years after construction, and for the las! ten years; also for copies of plans and repo 
engineers engaged on the survey of the Kingston Mills Level, showing the estimate ol i 
lowering the water and the quantity of land to be reclaimed if the water is lowered. Pre» nt< 'I to 
the House of Commons, 26th September, L891. — Mr. Kirkpatrick Not printed. 

63. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 5th 

May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, petitions, memorials, briefs and factums, and of any 
other documents submitted to the privy council in connection with the abolition of separate schools 
in the province of Manitoba by the legislature of that province ; also copies of reports to, and 
orders in council thereon ; also copies of any act or acts of said legislature abolishing said separate 
schools or modifying in any way the system existing prior to 1890. Presented to the IT 
Commons, 20th July, 1891. — Mr. LaRivitrc Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

63a. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 5th 
May, 1891, for a copy of all petitions presented to his excellency with reference to the school acts 
of Manitoba ; and all memorials, reports, orders in council and correspondence in connection with 
the same. Presented to the House of Commons, 20th August, 1891. — Mr. In vlin. . . . Not printed. 

636. Supplementary return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor 
General, dated 5th May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, petitions, memorials, briefs and 
factums, and of any other documents submitted to the privy council in connection with the abo- 
lition of separate schools in the province of Manitoba by the legislature of that province ; also copies 
of reports to, and orders in council thereon ; also copies of any act or acts of said legislature 
abolishing said separate schools or modifying in any way the system existing prior to 1890. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 4th September, 1891. — Mr. LaRivitrc— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

64. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, for copies of the petition of 

right presented to the minister of justice for his fiat by Joseph Desmarteau for improvements 
alleged to have been made by him on a " piece of land forming part of the property heretofore 
known as Logan's Farm, and being a portion of the lot number eleven hundred and thirty-si \ 
(1136) of the official plan and book of reference of the St. Mary's Ward, in the city of Montreal, 
measuring one hundred and fifty-six feet in width by a depth of four hundred and fifty-tw 
feet on the south-west side, and four hundred and eighty-seven (487) feet on the north-east side, 
English measure, and more or less, and being bounded on the north-east side by the highway 
known as Papineau Road, on the south-west side by a portion of the said lot number • 
hundred and thirty-six (1136), on the south-east by the lot number eleven hundred (1100) of 
said plan and book of reference, and on the north-west by Sherbrooke Street, being another 
portion of the said lot eleven hundred and thirty-six ; " of the decision of the minister of 
justice ; and of all correspondence on the same. Presented to the House of Commons, 21st July. 
1891. — Mr. Laurier Not printed. 

65. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 12th May, 1890, for 

a statement showing the expenses incurred by the inspector of penitentiaries in his visits, ordinary 
or extraordinary, to St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary during the last ten years, as well as his 
personal expenses for each day of such visits, as those occasioned on each day of such visits by his 
travelling from Montreal to St, Vincent de Paul, and vice verm, for horses, servants, and their 
keep and lodging. Presented to the Senate, 18th June, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Bcllerose. . . .Not printed. 

65a. Supplementary return re St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. Presented to the Senate, 19th June, 
1891, by Hon. Mr. Abbott Not print, d. 

656. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 30th July, 1891, 
for a detailed copy of accepted tender, giving estimated quantity, price per unit, and amount of 
all drugs and medicines to be supplied the British Columbia Penitentiary by McPherson & 
Thompson, of New Westminster, B.C., for the year ending 30th June, 1892. Presented to the 
Senate, 12th August, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Mclnnes ( Victoria, B.C.J Not printed. 

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66. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 23rd June, 1891, 

for copies of all correspondence between the department of justice and the judges in Canada 
charged with judicial functions in criminal matters as well as the attorney general of each province, 
respecting the expediency of abolishing the functions of the grand jury in relation to the adminis- 
tratio)i of criminal justice. Presented to the Senate, 8th July, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Gowan — 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

67. Statement of amounts paid for claims for bounty on pig iron manufactured in the dominion ; show- 

ing quantities claimed upon and names of claimants, as well as amount paid in each case. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 28th July, 1891, by Hon. Mr. Bowell— 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

68. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 1st 

July, 1891, for a statement showing the amount of dominion notes in circulation on 31st May, 
1891, and amount of gold and guaranteed debentures held in security on said date for redemption 
of said notes. Also statement showing the proportion of such gold reserve held by the minister of 
finance and receiver-general, and the proportion thereof held by any chartered banks, for such 
redemption. Also statement showing the arrangements made with such banks, under which they 
hold such gold reserve. Presented to the House of Commons, 29th July, 1891. — Mr. Mulock — 

Not printed. 

69. Departmental report on charges preferred against the Commissioner of the North -West Mounted 

Police. Presented to the House of Commons, 30th July, 1891, by Sir John Thompson — 

Printed for sessional papers only. 

70. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 

since 1st July, 1890, from the New Glasgow board of trade and other boards or persons, respecting 
the through train from Sydney, C.B , to Oxford, Cumberland County, via the Short Line Rail- 
way. Also copies of all correspondence during said time from any person or persons, asking for 
better railway accommodation between Pictou and New Glasgow, to and from Halifax. Presented 
to the House of Commons, 31st July, 1891. — Mr. Fraser Not printed. 

71. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for copies of all tenders for the 

construction of the Annapolis public buildings ; a copy of the contract entered into with the Gov- 
ernment for the construction of the same ; a copy of the conveyance to the Queen of the land upon 
which the same are erected ; a statement of all amounts paid to the contractor on account of the 
work, with dates of payment. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th August, 1891. — Mr. Lister — 

Not printed. 

75i. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 
and all documents, or other information in the possession of the Government, relating to entire 
horses stationed at the central experimental farm, or at any other of the experimental farms in the 
dominion of Canada. Presented to the House of Commons, 4th August, 1891. — Mr. McMillan — ■ 

Not printed. 

73. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 
and orders relative to the dismissal of William Saunders and William Muttart, section foremen 
of the Prince Edward Island Railway, in March or April last. Presented to the House of Com- 
mons, 10th August, 1891 . — Mr. Perry Not printed. 

73a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th July, 1891, for a return of all correspon- 
dence, letters or papers in any way connected with the dismissal, in June, 1884, of one Samuel 
Johnston, from his position as a preventive officer, in her majesty's customs, for the station from 
Clifton to I 'unuville. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd September, 1891. — Mr. German— 

Not printed. 

7 1. Return bo an order of the House of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, forareturn showing : 1. Copies 
of iill reports and correspondence relating to the permit system, and the administration thereof ; 
copi.s of all regulations under which liquor is brought into the North- West Territories and sold 
there; also copies of all memorials addressed to the government relating to the present system and 
the sale of Liquors, and the replies to the same. 2. Copies of orders or regulations relating to the 
of liquor on passenger trains in the North-West Territories, and within the limits of Banff 
Park, and Btatement of kinds and quantities of liquor so sold. Presented to the House of Com- 
mon-, L2th August, 1891. Mr. Watson Not printed. 

7.I. Return to an i irder of I he I louse of ( 'oznmi us, dated L8th dune, 1891, for copies of the pay-roll of the 

lasl military camp at Sore! and St. .John's, I'.Q- Presented to the House of Commons, 18th 

list, 1891. Mr. JUpine Notprinted. 

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t&ck. Statement showing names of tenderers, names of contractors and contract prices of military olol bing 
for 1891-92. Presented to the House of Commons, 21si August, L891, by Sir Adolphe Garon— 

I'rinttd for sessional papers only. 

70. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 17th June, 1891, for copies of all correspondence 
between the minister of customs and the collector of customs at Kootenay Lake, and between the 
minister of customs and any oilier person, relating to the admission of mining machinery into the 
Kootenay Lake district free of duty. Also a copy of instructions from the minister of customs to 
the collector of customs on Kootenay River, referring to the free admission of mining machinery. 
Presented to the House of Commons, 20th August, 1891. — Mr. Mara Not printed. 

77. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 

reports, paper writings and documents respecting the seizure and^sale of the schooner " Marie 
Eliza," in 1887, by the collector of customs at Rimouski. Presented to the House of Commons, 
20th August, 1891.— Mr. Langdier Not printed. 

78. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July," 1801, for a return showing :— 1. The 

names of all permanent clerks in, the department of public works, their duties and annual salaries. 
2. Names of all extra clerks in the said department, their salaries, and the kind of work per- 
formed ; also copies of their civil service examination certificates. 3. The names of all persons 
doing extra work outside of the building, and the nature of work, giving the names of ladies and 
gentlemen separately. 4. The names of mechanics or others employed in the government work- 
shops at Ottawa. 5. The names of all messengers employed in the said department, either perma- 
nent or temporary. 6. The number and names of all labourers employed by the said department 
since January last, in and around the buildings under government control at Ottawa, including 
Rideau Hall, stating the kind of work performed and wages paid. Presented to the House of 
Commons, 21st August, 1891.— Mr. McMulUn Not printed. 

79. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th July, 1891, for : 1 . Copies of all claims pre- 

sented to the government since 1880, by Mr. Joseph Antoine Maurice, merchant, of the village of 
Chambly Basin, and Dame Julie Pournier, his wife, for losses suffered by them in reference to 
lands purchased by them from the government in 1875. 2. Copies of all correspondence and letters 
addressed to any department of the government by any person or persons, in relation to said mat- 
ter. 3. Copies of all correspondence between any of the said departments, or between any De- 
partment and the claimants, or any persons acting for them or in their interests, in relation to such 
claims. 4. Copies of the order of reference made by government referring the said claims to 
Joseph Simard, Esq., then dominion arbitrator, and of his award. 5. Copies of correspondence 
following the said award. 6. Copies of the opinions given on the subject by the honourable the 
minister of public works, and of the opinion of the honourable the minister of justice. Presented to 
the House o f Commons, 21st August, 1891. — Mr. Prefontaine Not printed. 

80. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 18th 

June, 1891, for copies of order in council, correspondence, reports, statement of claims, receipts 
or accounts with or made by Dr. Walker, or on his behalf, or with or by any other person respecting 
the Dundas and Waterloo macadamized road, since the close of the session of 1889. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 24th August, 1891. — Mr. Bain Not printed. 

81. Return to an address of the House of Commons to his excellency the Governor General, dated 3rd 

June, 1891, for copies of all correspondence between the imperial government and the government of 
Canada, on the subject of the copyright laws of Canada, and all other papers relating thereto, not 
already brought down. Presented to the House of Commons, 24th August, 1891. — Mr. Edgar — 

Not printed. 

82. Third census of Canada — statement of population — compared with preceding censuses, 1891. Pre- 

sented to the House of Commons, 26th August, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart — 

Printed for distribution only. 

82a. Census of Canada, 1891 — electoral divisions — statement of population by districts. Also census 
bulletin No. 1, and statements of population of cities, of towns and of villages. Presented to 
the House of Commons, 27th August, 1891, by Hon. J. Haggart. . . .Printed for distribution only. 

83. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd August, 1891, showing : 1. The names of all 

employees of the customs at Montreal ; the date of their appointment ; their respective duties ; 
the salary of each ; their nationality ; their place of birth ; and, in case of their not having been 
born in Canada, for what period they had been in this country at the time of their appoint- 
ment; and upon w r hose recommendation they had been appointed. 2. Whether they have all 

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passed the civil service examination, and the names of those, if any, who have not passed 
this examination, since the law requiring it has been in force. 3. The names of those, if 
any, who have received salaries or pay in addition to that attached to the offices to which they 
were appointed ; the amounts received by such persons, and for what additional work given. 4. 
The names of the extra labourers for whose services there was paid in 1889-90 the sum of $12,176.25, 
as recorded in the Auditor General's Report for the year 1889-90 at page C — 254. 5. To whom was 
paid the sum of $5,930.29 for cartage at the customs house at Montreal, as recorded in the said re- 
port of the Auditor General at page C — 254. Presented to the House of Commons, 14th Septem- 
ber, 1891. — Mr. Lepinc . Not printed. 

84. Return to an order of the Hoivse of Commons, dated 27th May, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 

memoranda, documents, letters, petitions and all papers whatsoever in relation to the encourage- 
ment of the cultivation of the sugar beet and the protection of the manufacture and refining of 
beet-root sugar in the dominion of Canada, exchanged between the government or any of its mem- 
bers and any person or company. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd September, 1891. — 
Mr. Bea usoh. if. Not printed. 

85. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 1st July, 1891, for copies of all correspondence, 

papers and documents relating to the appointment of customs officers at Crystal Beach and Point 
Abino, in the township of Bertie, and Carroll's Landing, in the township of Humberstone, in the 
county of Welland. Presented to the House of Commons, 23rd September, 1891. — Mr. German — 

Not printed. 

86. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 14th September, 

1891, for all correspondence between his excellency and the Lieutenant Governor of the province 
of Quebec, in connection with the Baie des Chaleurs Railway, and all other papers and correspon- 
dence in the possession of the government on that subject. Presented to the Senate, 16th Septem- 
ber, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Miller Not printed. 

HQa. Supplementary return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 14th 
September, 1891, for all correspondence between his excellency and the lieutenant governor of 
the province of Quebec, in connection with the Baie des Chaleurs Railway, and all other papers 
and correspondence in the possession of the government on that subject. Presented to the 
Senate, 23rd September, 1891. — Hon. Mr. Miller Not printed. 

866. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 21st August, 1891, 
for an account showing all the moneys expended by subsidy or otherwise on the Baie des Chaleurs 
Railway, from the commencement of the works thereon to the present time ; the names of those to 
whom paid, and the amount, if any. appropriated to said works and remaining unpaid by the 
government of Canada. Presented to the Senate, 24th September, 1891.— Hon. Mr. Mclnnes 
( Victoria, B.C.) Not printed. 

87. Return to an address of the Senate to his excellency the Governor General, dated 29th May, 1891, 

for copies of all orders in council, commissions and instructions for nominating a person or persons 
specially charged to examine the situation and resources of that part of the dominion known as the 
< rreat Basin of the Mackenzie ; and also of the report or reports made by such persons, in order 
to put the government in a position to decide upon the measures necessary for the protection and 
development of the territory. Presented to the Senate, 23rd September, 1891. — Hon. Mr. 

Qvra rd Printed for sessional papers only. 

HH. General statement? and returns of baptisms, marriages and burials in the district of Chicoutimi, 
(Jaspe, Montmagny and Iberville Not printed. 

20 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1801 



REPORT 



POSTMASTER GENERAL 



YEAR ENDED SOlh .TUNE 



1890 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT. 




OTTAWA: 

PRINTED BY BROWN CHAMBERLIN, PRINTER TO THE QUEEN'S MOST 

EXCELLENT MAJESTY. 

1891. 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. L891 



To His Excellency the Eight Honourable The Lord Stanley of Preston, Governor 
General of Canada, &c, &c. 

May it Please Your Excellency : 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the Eeport of the 
Canada Post Office for the Fiscal Year ended the 30th June, 1890. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

JOHN HAGGART, 

Postmaster General. 



Ottawa, 11th March, 1891. 



16— a* 



f)4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



SCHEDULE. 



Accompanying this Beport arc the following Documents therein referred to 





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Quebec. 


Nova Scotia. 


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Page. 


Page. 


Page. 


Page. 


Page. 


Page, 


Post Office Revenue and Expenditure of the Dominion, 
for the year ended 80th June, 1890. See page 1. 
















Post Office Revenue and Expenditure for the several Pro- 
vinces of the Dominion during same period 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


Mail Subsidies, &c, paid through Post Office Department. 
See page 9. 
















Detail of all payments made and charges incurred for 
ordinary mail transportation during the year ended 
30th June, 1890 


11 


50 


73 


92 


105 


114 


119 


Charges for conveyance of mails by water during same 
period 


47 


70 


89 


102 




117 




Charges for conveyance of mails by railway during same 
period 


48 


71 


90 


103 


112 


118 


123 


Charges for making and repaiiing mail bags during same 
period 


49 


72 


91 


104 


113 


118 


123 


Salaries in Post Office Inspectors' Offices (including Rail- 
way Mail Service) 


124 
133 


147 
152 


159 
161 


163 
105 


168 

109 


172 
172 


174 


Salaries in City Post Offices organized by Department . . . 


174 


Account of travelling expenses incurred in the service of 

the Post Office Department for the said year. 


175 


176 


177 


177 


178 


ITS 


178 


Account of sums paid in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills, 
for articles supplied for the service of the Post Office 
Department for the said year 


179 


182 


184 


185 


186 


1S7 


188 


Account of sums paid for Rents and Taxes on account of 
the Post Office Department for the said year 


189 


189 








189 




Report, in detail, of the expenditure of the Department for 

Stationery, Printing and Advertising for the said year 


190 


192 


193 


194 


194 


195 


195 


Account of sums paid for miscellaneous disbursements on 
account of the Post Office Department for the said year 


196 


199 


201 


202 


203 


204 


2i 15 


Showing the Accounting Offices in operation, the number 
and amount of orders issued and paid, the commission 
thereon; gross postal revenue ; and compensation, 
salary. and allowances paid, to the Postmaster at each 
office, respectively, during year ended loth June. 1890 


•-""'• 


220 


225 


229 


, 232 
i 234 


235 


237 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. 1891 



SCHEDULE— Concluded. 



Page. 



Statement of Post Office Savings Bank transactions during year ended 30th June, 1890, an r l of 
total amount due to depositors at the latter date 



Analysis of the Money Order business of the Dominion for year ended 30th June, 1890 

Statement showing losses sustained in collecting Post Office Revenue, and conducting Money Order 
and Savings Bank systems in Dominion of Canada, brought to account during year ended 30th 
June, 1890 



lf» port of all cases occurring within the year ended 30th June, 1890, of abstraction from, or loss of, 
letters containing money, sent through the Post Office in Canada ; showing the particulars of 
each case, and stating the result of the proceedings instituted therein by the Department 

Recapitulation 



Statement of Dead Letters : — 

Table I, showing the total numbers of letters of all kinds received, and the disposition made of 

them 

Table II, showing the number of letters received containing money or other articles of value, 

and the disposition made of them 



238 
239 

240 

242 
273 

274 
280 



VI 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. 1891 



Post Office Department, 

Ott.au \. 27th February, L891. 



To the Honourable .John Haggart, 
Postmaster General. 



Sir, — 1 have the honour to lay before you the annual statements showing in 
detail the business of the Post Office in Canada for the year ended 30th June, 1890. 

The increase in the number of Post Offices has not been so large as usual, only 
75 having been added to the number during the year. There were 7,838 Post 
Offices in operation in Canada on 1st November, 1889; on the 1st July, 1890, the 
number had increased to 7,913. 

Assuming the population of Canada to be 5,000,000, the number of post offices 
(7.913) would be equal to one for every 631 persons; whilst in the United States, 
taking the pupulation at 64,000,000, the number of post offices (62,401) only affords 
one office for every 1,025 persons. 

One thousand three hundred and three miles of mail route have been added 
during the year, and the total annual travel is now 26,498,497 miles, being an 
addition to that of last year of 741,719 miles. 

Conventions have been executed with Japan and Barbados for a Parcel Post. 
The Convention with Japan took effect from 1st October, 1890; that with Barbados 
will come into operation on the 1st April, 1891. 

CHINA AND JAPAN MAIL SEKVICE. 

The development of the mail service between Canada, China and Japan, has 
been exceedingly satisfactory. From the returns which have been made to the 
Department, it is ascertained that during the past year 80,395 letters, 19,558 news- 
papers, and 15,590 books and packets were received at Yancouver from China and 
Japan; and 17,055 letters, 7,859 newspapers, and 1,417 books and packets were sent 
from Vancouver to China and Japan. 

Whilst a large number of letters, newspapers, books, etc., are received in the 
mails from China and Japan for the United States, very little correspondence from 
the United States is sent to those countries via Yancouver. 

In addition to the above, 114 bags of closed mails, weighing 3,224 lbs., were 
received at Yancouver for the United Kingdom, and 18 bags, weighing 595 lbs., for 
the United States and Honolulu. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers No. 16/ 



A. 1891 



RAILWAY MAIL SERVICE. 

Since the Return of last year, for October, L889, Mail Service his been put on 

101 miles of additional Railway Lines, as follows: — 



>t' Railway. 



Places between \\ hicb 

Railways have been opened since 

October, L889. 



Milet 



Total. 



Jogging Maccan and Kivtr Hclicrt 

Quebec and Lake St. John Chambord and Roberval. . .. 

L'Assomption L'Assoinption and-LTEpiphanie 



Kingston, Napanee and Western (late Napanee, 
Tamworth and Quebec) 



Lake Erie, Essex and Detroit River. 

Manitoba and North -Western 



| Tain worth and Tweed 

J Harrow-smith and Yarker Junction. 

Walkcrville and Leamington 

Binscarth and Ivtissell 



8 
L3 



27 
38 

11! 



101 



Last year mails were carried over 11,510J miles of railway. This year the 
mileage is ll,S48j, showing an increase of 2381 miles. 

Railway mail service has been established on the Lake Erie, Essex and Detroit 
Eiver Railway, and on the extensions of the Napanee and Tamworth Railway (now 
known as the Kingston, Napanee and Western Railway) the Quebec and Lake St. 
John Railway, and the Manitoba and North- Western Railway. 

Letter boxes have now been placed at all the principal stations on the leading 
railways in the Dominion, in which prepaid letters may be posted without additional 
charge. The letters posted in these letter boxes are, for the most part, collected by 
the railway mail clerks on duty in the post office cars upon the several railways ; 
in a few places, where the trains do not stop long enough to admit of the clerks 
leaving the cars, the collection is made by couriers who hand the letters to the mail 
clerks in the travelling post offices. The accommodation thus afforded enables the 
public to post letters and post cards up to the last moment without extra charge, 
and is found to be a great convenience to persons travelling. 

The amounts paid to railway mail clerks, over and above their ordinary salar- 
ies for night duty and mileage, during the past three years, have been as follows : — 

1888 $80,722.97 

1889 83,429.19 

1890 92,648.55 

From which it appears that, whilst under the amendments to the Civil Service Act 
in 1889, the payments to the railway mail service for night duty and mileage have 
been more equitably apportioned, the total amount paid to the railway mail clerks 
has been considerably increased. 

Considering the hazardous nature of the employment, and the difficulties under 
which the work has to be performed, the Department has every reason to be satis- 
fied with the manner in which the railway mail service has been carried on. 

ix 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Statement of distance travelled daily with Mails, on each Eailway in Canada in 

September, 1890. 



Name of Railway. 



Intercolonial , 

Windsor and Annapolis 

Western Counties 

Cumberland Railway and Coal Company . . . , 

Joggins 

Prince Edward Island 

New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island 

Albert . . 

Elgin, Havelock and Petitcodiac 

Shore Line 

St. John Bridge and Railway Extension Company. 

Kent Northern 

Chatham Branch 

Northern and Western 

( 'araquet 

Quebec and Lake St. John 

( J rand Trunk 

< lucl >ec Central " 

L'Assomption 

Massawippi 

Hereford 

Vermont Central (in Canada) 

( rreat Eastern , 



Canadian Pacific: — 

In Xew Brunswick 

In Ontario and Quebec 

In Manitoba and North-West. . 

In British Columbia 

( rreat Northern 

( lanada Atlantic 

Pont iac and Pacific Junction 

Thousand Islands 

Kingston and Pembroke 

Kingston, Napanee and Western . .. 

Bay of Quinte 

( lentral < mtario 

( !anada Southern 

Erie and I Euron 

Lake Erie, Essex and Detroit River. 
Manitoba and North- Western. . . . 
Alberta Railway and Coal Company 
Esquimall and Nanaimo . . 



Total, 



Actual 
length of 
Railway 
in Miles, 



922 

116 

67 

32 

8 

208J 

36 

48 

27 

82| 

2 

27 

9 

108 

65 

190 

2,9151 

138 

3* 

38 

68 
45 



306i 
2,764+ 
1,6061 
6501 
8 
132 
59 
3h 
104 
57 
4 
104 
376f 
67 
38 
217", 
109 



n, sis.; 



Daily Service by Travel- 
ling Post Office. 



No. of 

Postal Cars 

on Road. 



Distance 

Travelled in 

Miles. 



125 



3,233 
260 
134 







1 


2344 


1 


96 






2 


8 










2 

44 

2 

1 " 


380 

7,199 

286 

"76 


2 


140 



568 

5,522f 
2,1)71^ 
1,284 



l" 


15(3 


1 


118 


2 


208 


2 


182 



208 

630* 

134' 

76 

14!».\ 



156 
24,4101 



Daily 
Service by 
Bags in 
charge of 
Company's 
Servants. 



Distance in 
Miles. 



:>■! Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. iG.) 



A. L891 



Comparative Statement of Railway Mail Service in September, 1890, and October, 

L889. 



Date 


Miles of 

Railway in 

( >pera1 ion 
on w lii«-li 

Mails 
Wfi Carried. 


1 >ail> S< -r\ ice by 1 )aily Total 

Postal ( Jars. Service by Distance Travelled. 
Bags in 


No. of 

Postal ( 'are 
<m Railways. 


JfiP « * 


STearly. 


In September, 1890 

In October, 1889 


n.sis: 
Ll,510| 


125 

121 


24,410J , 1.-..711. 1 .:: 4o,i22 8 « , 
23,742ft L5,369 39,111$ 


L2,558,326tf 
12,241, 883fcj 


Increase 


238* 


4 


668^ 342^ 1,011 


316,443 



XI 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



FKEE DELIVERY BY LETTER CARRIERS. 

The anticipation expressed in the report of last year, that the exceptional 
circumstances which then existed with respect to city or drop letters would soon 
disappear has been realized, and the following statement shows a large increase 
over the business of 1889. 

Estimate of the Weekly Averages of Letters, Post Cards and Newspapers Delivered 
by Letter Carriers under the Free Delivery System taken in October, 1890. 



( )rHce. 



Halifax 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

London 

Montreal, including 

Hochelaga, Point St, 
Charles, St. Jean Bap 
tiste and St. ( rabriel., 

Ottawa 

Quebec and St. Sauveur, 

St. John 

Toronto 

Victoria 

Winnipeg 



Totals 











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03 


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P4 


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>> 






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1,410 


~ 


O 


p2 


728 


5,280 


154 


4,571 


4,408 


8,411 


512 


1,773 


2,950 


3,392 


282 


1,914 


3,823 


4,097 


550 


7,930 


5,731 


38,504 


2,683 


1,939 


2,590 


0,181 


055 


4,007 


3,828 


0,009 


947 


1,128 


1,965 


2,983 


132 


20,082 


18,324 


83,345 


6,623 


249 


160 


1,824 


41 


961 


677 


3,523 


234 


45,9(54 


45,250 


104,815 


12,833 







1 




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a 


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9,415 


29,153 


12,160 


lit, 738 


21,874 


39,836 


15,953 


55,789 


10,000 


18,403 


8,233 


26,636 


17,753 


28,737 


10,955 


39,692 


60,910 


115,818 


43,405 


159,223 


17,651 


29,010 


20,407 


49,423 


20,028 


36,019 


16,091 


52,110 


13,355 


19,563 


10,419 


29,982 


52,957 


281,331 


69,059 


350,390 


4,418 


6, COS 


4,357 


11,055 


9,239 


14,634 


8,932 


23,566 


340,1)45 


609,793 


217,170 


827,019 



No. of 
Carriers. 



5.9 

£ X 



25 



84 
34 
25 
L5 

103 

7 

16 



327 



367 



Upon the above Averages the total Annual Delivery would be 



Letters 

and 

Post Card.- 



Total 

Letters, 

Newspapers. Post Cards 

and 

Newspapers. 



In 1890. 
Iii L889.. . 

[ncrease in L890 



31 , 709, 23( i 11,2! 13, 1 52 43, 004, 988 



29,510,312 ; 10,711.S6u 



2,198,924 578,292 



40,225,172 



2,779,816 



XII 



it Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. 1891 



REGISTERED LBTTBBS. 

It is estimated that 3,280,00(1 registered Inters passed through the mails in 
Canada during the year ended 30th June, L890. 

The estimated number tor each year since L882 is as follows: — 

J n 188:5 2,659,000 

1884 3,000,000 

1885 3,000,000 

1886 ... . 3,400,000 

1887 3,5i;0,000 

1888 3,580,000 

1889 3,04<U)00 

1890 3,280,000 



It was to be expected that the increase from 2c. to 5c. in the registration fee 
upon domestic correspondence, would naturally cause some falling offin the number 
of letters registered ; but the actual diminution is considerably less than was expected. 

The number of cases of abstraction of contents or portions of contents, or loss 
of registered letters containing money, sent through the mails of the Dominion 
during the year ended 30th June, 1890, has been much less than usual, the number 
of cases reported having been 149, whilst the number during the previous year was 
243. 

This great reduction would seem to shew that the special measures, taken last 
year under your immediate instructions, to increase the safety of registered corres- 
pondence whilst in transit through the mails, have been attended with success. 

In 65 cases the contents (or portions thereof) were, after thorough investigation 
into the circumstances attending each case, made good by the officers who were held 
responsible for the loss. 24 letters were stolen from the post office, or from mails 
en route, the contents of which were not recovered. 

There were 41 letters, the contents of which, (or a portion thereof), were stated 
to be missing, but no evidence was forthcoming to account for the alleged discrep- 
ancies. 10 letters were, it is alleged, contained in mails or mail packages which 
failed to reach the post offices for which they were iutended. 

POSTAGE STAMPS. 

The complaints which were so prevalent some time since, of the want of adhes 
iveness in the postage stamps have almost entirely ceased. It is hoped, therefore, 
that the efforts of the manufacturer to remove the cause of complaint have been 
successful. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Statement of Keceipts and Issue of Postage Stamps, Post Bands, Post 



Receipts. 



Denominations. 


Stamps on hand from last 
year. 


a 
a 

« /• 


Originally issued to Non- 
accounting Postmast. on 
credit, and subsequently 
charged for collection. 


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s 

u 

a «s 


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unfit for use. 


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is 


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O 

u 

II 

li 


Amount 

to be 

accounted for. 


he. Stain]) 

lc. do 

2c. do 

3c. do 

5c. do 

6c. do 


75,300 

5,340,300 

225,400 

4,028,400 

• 166,550 

560,850 

140,100 

607,150 

37,400 

221,300 

194,200 

29,800 

786, (540 

34,493 

15,793 

47,122 

21,238 

38,752 


525,000 

35,850,000 

12,950,000 

82,475,000 

4,225,000 

200,000 

150,000 

150,000 

325,000 
2,262,500 

546,500 

18,682,000 

40,000 

134,500 
35,000 
72,500 

110,000 






1,185 
32,456 

8,588 
29,602 

7,654 
559 
196 
110 

4,973 

6,876 

13,021 

965 

5,547 
436 
424 
550 
100 
200 


100 

81,200 

8,500 

92,500 

4,000 

250 

16,200 
1,200 

9,000 
400 

"400 

1,695 

250 


601,585 

41,461,556 

13,220,488 

86,883,802 

4,419,104 

764,509 

290,296 

607,260 

192,373 

613,026 

2,474,921 

577,265 

19,553,587 

75,329 

150,717 

83,072 

95,533 

149,202 


$ cts. 
3,007 92i 


157,600 
28,000 

258,300 
15,900 

2,850 




414,615 56 

264,409 76 

2,606,514 06 

220,955 20 

45,870 54 


10c. do 


29,029 60 
75,907 50 
28,855 95 


12£c. do 






15c. do 






2c. KegistrationSt'mps 
5c. do 

Post Bands 

lc. Cards 


43,650 
4,000 

70,300 


... 

100 


12,260 52 
123,746 05 
7,215 81i 
195,535 87 
1,506 58 
3,014 34 
1,079 93f 
3,152 58^ 
4,998 26^ 


2c. do P.U 

2c. Reply Cards 


lc. Envelopes 

3c. Xo. 1 Envelopes. . 










3c. No. 2 do 








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158,733,000 


580,600 


100 


113,442 


215,695 


172,213,625 


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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1(1.) 



A. 1891 



Cards and Stamped Envelopes, for the 5Tear ended 30th June, L890. 



1 >enomina1 ions. 



.',e. Stamps 

lc. do 

2c. do 

3a do 

5c. do 

6a do 

10a do 

12£c. do 

15c. do 

2c. Registration Stamps. 

5c do 

Post Bands. . . .... 

lc. Cards 

2c. do P.U 

2c. Reply Cards 

lc. Envelopes 

8c. No. 1 Envelopes 

3c. No. 2 do . . . 



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3 = 



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♦ 508,800 

34,350,300 

0,025,800 

60,088,300 

2,776,450 

575,600 

100,150 



81,150 

001,750 

1,466,950 

407,200 

18,501,000 

55,000 

106,450 
62,000 
00,500 

130,000 



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5 5 



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100 

102,000 

25,500 

240,800 

14,550 

900 



4,200 
25,300 



62,000 



136,405,200 574,350 



■"O as 



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32,456 

8,588 
20,602 

7,654 
559 
196 

no ! 

4, 973 1 

6,876 

13,021! 

965 

5,547 

436; 

424 ' 

550i 

100 

200 



a p 

aSHs 



91,500 

6,880,800 

3,500,600 

19,916,100 

1,620,450 

187,450 

09,951) 

607,150 

106,250 

200 

060,650 

70,100 

895,040 

18,993 

43,843 

20,522 

4,033 

18,102 



113,442 35,120,633 



n 

11 



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601,585 

41.461,556 

13,220,488 

86,883,802 

4,419,104 

764,509 

290,296 

607,260 

102,373 

613,026 

2,474,021 

577,265 

10,553,587 

75,329 

150,717 

83,072 

95,533 

149,202 



172,213,625 



Amount 
accounted foi . 



3, 

414, 

264, 

2,606, 

220, 

45, 

29, 

75, 

28, 

12, 

123, 

7, 

195, 

1, 

3, 

1, 

3, 

4, 



* cts. 

(i07 92£ 

615 56 

400 76 

514 06 

955 20 

870 54 

029 60 

907 50 

855 95 

260 52 

740 05 

215 si j 

535 87 

506 58 

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152 5s ■;, 

998 2(i, : „ 



4,041,676 05iK 



Value of the Issue during the year, to 30th June, 1890, $3,045,425.15. The total Stamp Issue of the 
previous year was $2,973,507, showing a comparative increase in Issue for the present year of $71,918.15. 



XV 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. 1891 



DEAD LETTERS. 

!>22.541 letters, circulars, post cards, etc., passed through, and were dealt with 
in the Dead Letter Branch of the Canada Post Office during the year, as shown by 
the following classification : — 

Dead letters originating in Canada, returned as undelivered 

by the British Post Office 10,443 

Dead letters originating in Canada, returned as un- 
delivered by the United States 'Post Office 98,281 

Dead letters originating in Canada returned as un- 
delivered by British Colonies and foreign countries. . 1,572 

110,296 
Less, — Registered letters included therein and transferred 

to registered class 2,840 



107,456 
Dead letters, circulars, post cards, &c, returned from 

Canada Post Office 718,863 

Dead letters registered being found to contain value 20,642 

Dead letters, circulars, post cards, &c, sent to the Dead 
Letter Branch for special reason, such as insufficient 
address, non-payment of postage, &c *75,580 

922,541 

*Note. — Of this number 4,165 were registered or contained articles of value, 
the remainder, 71,415, being ordinary letters. 

The work of the Dead Letter Office would be greatly facilitated if the writers 
of letters would be careful to give their addresses, and to sign their names in full, 
as it frequently happens that only the initials are given. 

About eight per cent, of the letters which reach the Dead Letter Office fail to 
go forward to destination from insufficient prepayment of postage, or from want of 
propei* address. 

A letter bearing the following address : — 

Mi:. G. MARBERETT, 
at a farm, 

1,700 miles beyond Montreal, 

North-West Territory, 
Canada. 

reached the head Letter Office last year, which it is needless to say the Departs 
menl was unable to deliver. 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. 1891 



PRINTING WD SUPPLY. 

Detailed statements giving the operations of this branch of the Pos1 Office ser 
vice will be found in the appendix. 

The lot a I cost of all classes of stores furnished to the Post Office Service through the 
Printing and Supply Branch for the year ended 30th June, 1890, was $102,975.73, 
the cost for the year ended 30th June, L889, was $111,593.95, showing for the last 
year a decrease of $8,618.22. This reduction in cost is largely due to exceptional 
circumstances, such as a revision of forms in use, and the concentration of the stall 
consequent on the removal of the Department to the Langevin Block, and cannol be 
expected to occur again. 

REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE. 

The Gross Postal Revenue for the year ended 30th .June, 1890, was $3,223,614.63, 

an increase of $239,392.03. 

The expenditure for the year amounted to $3,940,695.59. 

The difference between Revenue and Expenditure for the year ended 30th June, 
1890, was $717,080.96. The difference for the year 1889 was $761,817.82. 

From the above statements it will be observed that whilst the revenue has 
increased a little over 8 per cent., the expenditure has only increased a fraction 
above 5 per cent. 

It may not be out of place to remark here that the annual loss of revenue, 
occasioned by the free transmission of newspapers throughout the Dominion, cannot 
be estimated at less than $100,000 a year, even at the low rate of one cent per lb. 

The sources of Revenue, and the items of Expenditure in the Post Office Service, 
are so clearly denned and are liable to so little variation, that beyond an expression 
of gratification when the statements are satisfactory ; or a few words of explanation 
when the results have been unfavourable there is but little to be said. 

The great bulk of the Expenditure is so carefully controlled by Statutory enact- 
ment, or Department regulation ; that very little latitude is left to the officers of 
the Department, and if the service is to be efficiently maintained an annual increase 
in expenditure must be looked for. 

MONEY ORDERS. 
The Money Order Offices in operation on the 30th June, 1890, numbered 1,027, 
an increase of 34 during the year, the distribution being as follows : — 

Ontario 536 

Quebec 164 

Nova Scotia 140 

New Brunswick 95 

Prince Edward Island 11 

Manitoba 29 

North-West Territories 22 

British Columbia 30 

1,027 

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16— B 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



The accompanying tables exhibit Money Order transactions, both domestic and 
foreign, up to the 30th June, 1890. It will be seen that the interchange of Money 
Orders with other countries was as follows : — 



Country. 



"United Kingdom 

United States 

France . 

( Germany 

Italy 

Switzerland and Romnania 

Belgium 

Newfoundland 

Jamaica 

t Japan 

Australasian Colonies and New Zealand. 

Totals 



■sued in Canada. 



Number. 



78,191 

130,278 

3,010 

2,197 

1,442 

293 

823 

1,522 

69 

55 

390 



218,270 



Amount. 



1,000,460 

1,471,946 

33,190 

34,093 

39,636 

4,247 

15,764 

26,942 

1,712 

1,110 

9,327 



2,638,427 



Payable in Canada. 



Number. 



23,193 

77,141 
758 
361 

31 

135 

173 

2,802 

324 

20 
592 



105,530 



Amount. 



383,263 

,332,19(5 

17,675 

9,804 

1,067 

3,523 

4,743 

73,555 

10,450 

3S4 

14,398 



1,851,058 



* Including all those British Possessions and a few Foreign Countries, between which and Canada ther< 
is not a direct Money Order exchange. 

tThe Money Order exchange with Japan came into effect on 1st October, 1889. 



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51 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. Hi.) A. ism 



POST OFFICE SAYINGS BANK. 

Thirty-one now Savings Bank Offices were established daring the year, making 
494 as the total number in operation on the 30th Juno, 1890. 

The number of deposits was 154,678, and the amount $6,599,896 ; the number 

of withdrawals was 90,151, and the amount $8,575,041.98. The number of new 
accounts opened was 32.1-7, and the number of accounts closed 33,499. The average 
amount of each deposit was $42.67, and the average amount of eaeh withdrawal 
*9r>. 12. The total number of accounts remaining open at the close of the fiscal year 
was 112,321, and the total amount due to depositors, $21,990,653.49 ; the average 
balance at the credit of eaeh account being $195.78. 

The accompanying tabular statement shows, in progressive form, the business 
of the bank since its commencement in 1868. 

In accordance with an Order in Council, passed under authority of the Act 51 
Victoria, chap. 8, the rate of interest on deposits was changed on the 1st October, 
1889, from 4 to 3J per cent. This change in the rate effected a saving of $80,703.75 
in the amount of interest credited to depositors during the nine months, from 1st 
October to 30th June. 

The policy of transferring the Dominion Government Savings Banks to the con- 
trol of the Post Office Savings Bank continues to be satisfactorily carried out. 
During the year two such banks — Baddeck, N.S., on the 1st November, 1889, and 
Richibucto, N. B., on the 1st December, 1889, — were assumed. The number of 
accounts then transferred was 570, and the amount $167,501.53. 

The second serious loss in the history of the bank occurred this year. It was 
caused by frauds committed at the Kingston Post Office. The guilty official was 
speedily brought to punishment, and the depositors' claims, so far as they could be 
ascertained and established, were promptly made good to them. These losses 
amounted to $3,653.37. Additional precautions have been taken to safe-guard both 
depositors and the bank against such losses in the future. 

The number of claims to deceased depositors moneys which were examined 
and paid during the year was 927. 



x x i 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Statement of the Business of the Post Office Savings Bank, Canada, 



X 90 



1868. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 
1872. 
1873. 
1874. 
is;;,. 
1876. 
1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 
1886. 
1886. 
1887. 
1 888. 
1889. 
1890. 



be 

|| 
■r.z 

56*8 



if 

;- I- 

-9. fl 



81 
213 
226 
230 
235 
239 
266 
268 
279 
287 
295 
297 
297 
304 
308 
330 
343 
355 
392 
116 
133 
163 
in l 



s .2 

II 



3,247 

10,053 

24,994 

33,250 

39,489 

44,413 

45,329 

42,508 

38,647 

36,126 

40,097 j 

43,34!) 

50,031 

71,747 

97,380 

109,489 

L09,388 

110,570 

120,322 j 

I 13,076 

155,978 

166,235 

L54.678 






212,507 
927,885 
1,347,901 
1,1)17,570 
2,201,031 
2,300,918 
2,340,284 
1,942,340 
1,720,204 
1,521,000 
1,724,371 
1,973,243 
2,720,210 
4,175,042 
0,435,989 
6,826,266 
0,441,439 
7,098,459 
7,045,227 
8,272,041 
7,722,330 
7,926,634 
6,599.896 



J= be 

o a 



%! 



2 » 
? 

bfi-u 



05.44 
55.71 
53.93 
57. GO 
57.27 
51.94 
51. G3 
45.69 
44. r.c. 
42.10 
43.00 
45.52 
48.55 
58.1!) 
66.09 
02.35 
58.88 
60.89 
00.52 
57. SI 
19.51 
17.07 
42.67 



S *"£ = 
«s o B-S 

■ts£ >-* 

5 o 
is IS . X » 

Sc B £ o 

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*'§ 

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1.9 



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«* be 

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43 1 — 



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o'S 

bc-S 

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217,385 10 

L,085,979 72 

107,501 53 



106 I 
4,787 j 
9,478 
15,148 
19,325 | 

829 

22,159 

1,641 

24,248 

1 ,566 

24,037 

1,317 

23,127 

1,025 

21,043 

841 

21,005 

879 

22,320 

900 

20,043 

(573 

28,398 

112 

35,859 
45,253 
50,020 
59,714 
02,205 
65,853 
78,229 
84,572 
90.151 



8,857.48 

290,754.35 

004,555.51 

1,093,438.80 

1,571,005.1!) 
206,900.00 

1,925,999.32 

397,300.00 

2,080,243.42 

382,400.00 

2,041,879.04 

300,100.00 

1,783, 257. 97 

238,200.00 

1,525,682.98 

•JIMI.40U.00 

1,480,158.73 

227,500.00 

1,475,048.79 

258,400.00 

1,820,213.10 

195,600.00 

2,072,289.15 

25,100.00 

3,401,019.31 
4,730,995.39 
5,649,011.13 
5,793,031.84 
6,183,470.60 
0,020,007.51 
7,61 1,071.78 
7,532,1 15.56 
8,575,041.98 



53.35 
01.99 
70.11 
72.10 
81.33 
80.91 
80.04 
82.88 
77.11 
70.49 
70.55 
06.07 



So 



u be 

•P 

!•§• 



09.89 


73.56 


90.53 


104.54 


100.84 


97.01 


99.40 


100.02 


96.05 


89.06 


95.12 



2,140 
0,429 
7,823 
9,424 
10,840 
11,995 
12,048 
10,510 
10,218 
8,971 
10,058 
10,755 
14,407 
18,731 
25,778 
27,127 
20,502 
27,591 
29,103 
31,874 
37,515 
38,049 
32,127 



XXII 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1801 



year by year, from 1st April, 1868, to 30tli June, 1890. 



£~ 



-5 9 CC 

c 5 ~ 
*, S o , 






723 

2,962 

570 



"3 
g 

h 

•si 

Jg{ 

d = 


Number of accounts remain- 
ing open at close of period. 


44 


2,102 


1,319 


7,212 


2,857 


12,178 


4,449 


17,153 


6,940 


21,059 


9,528 


2^,526 


10,606 


24,968 


11,190 


24,294 


10,097 


24,415 


9,312 


24,074 


8,597 


25,535 


8,845 


27,445 


10,487 


31,365 


10,491 


39,605 


13,920 


51,463 


17,531 


61,059 


20,939 


66,682 


20,951 


73,322 


21,555 


80,870 


22,585 


90,159 


26,704 


101,693 


29,581 


113,123 


33,499 


112,321 



Coal of Maintaining the Posl Office Savings Bank. 

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- 



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s/S is 

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8,389. 13 
5,808.14 

8,128.12 
11,108.40 
12,242.34 
15,093.78 
14,442.71 
12,539.59 
14,662.14 
15,149.13 
15,266 08 
16,100.03 
19,134.14 
23,223.99 
29,245.68 
31,180.03 
34,168.95 
35,751.23 
41,358.11 
43,(561.25 
44,348.93 
51,954.46 
51,132.07 






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0.20^ 

0.20 
0.2O,S 

0.22^ 

0.20^ 

0.18/, 

0.23^ 

0.26 A 

0.25 

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0.23ft 

0.23^ 

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0.20& 

0.20 ft 

0.20 a 

0.21 ft 

0.20 A 

0.19 

0.20,1, 

0.20ft 



0.67 
0.51 

0.44 

0.39 

0.47 

. 45 

0.42 

0.53 

0.57 | 

0.55 

0.51 

0.49 

0.37 

0.31 

0.26 

0.26 

0.24 

0.24 

0.22 

0.21 

0.22 

0.23 



6,126.67 



31)1.00 



341.49 
150.00 






3,653.37 



$ 

939.37 
21,094.72 
48,689.08 
84,273.68 
116,174.55 
126,932.88 
126,273.31 
120,758.06 
110,116.08 
104,067.86 
103,834.29 
110,912.56 
136,075.47 
184,904.81 
291,065.07 
407,305.17 
477,487.46 
539,560.51 
607,075.38 
692,404.57 
765,639.15 
841,921.79 
786,875.37 



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204,588.89 

856,314.26 

1,588,848.83 

2,497,259.65 

3,096,500.01 

3,207,051.57 

3,204,965.46 

2, 926, Olio 48 

2,740,952.59 

2,639,937.47 

2,754,484.03 

3,105,190.80 

3,045,66!). 11 

6,208,226.77 

9,473,661.53 

11,976,237.31 

13,245,552.64 

15,090,540.31 

17,159,372.09 

19,497,750.15 

20,(589,032.62 

23,011,422.57 

21.990,653. I'» 



97 33 
118.80 

130.41 
1 15 59 
147.04 
136.32 
128.36 
120.44 
112.27 
109.60 
107.87 
1113.14 
125.80 
156:75 
L84.08 
196.13 
L98 63 
205 81 
212. IN 
216 26 
203.44 

203 a 

105. 7H 



XXI 11 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A, 1891 



The Department has once more deplore the loss of one of its principal officers. 
Mr. Thomas Patrick French, Post Office Inspector of the Ottawa Division, died 
suddenly of heart disease on 7th November. Mr. French had been in the Post Office 
service since 15th September, 1873, when he was appointed Post Office Inspector 
of the Ottawa Division, a position which he occupied with credit to himself, and 
advantage to the Department, until his lamented decease. Energetic by nature and 
gifted with considerable ability, no amount of hard work ever daunted him, difficul- 
ties, conquered by courage and perseverance disappeared, and as a consequence he 
rarely failed to accomplish the object he had in view. 

The direct exchange of Money Orders and the establishment of a Parcel Post 
with Japan, having been satisfactorily put in operation; negotiations are now in 
progress for similar arrangements with Hong Kong ai-d the West Indies. 

Under the provisions of the United States Lottery Act, which went into force in 
September, 1890, newspapers, pamphlets, and publications of all kinds, bearing date 
before or since the nineteenth day of September, 1890 (at which date the Act took effect), 
which contain the advertisement of any lottery, gift enterprise, or similar scheme, 
or the whole or part of the list of prizes awarded at the drawings of lotteries or simi- 
lar schemes, are by the provisions of this Act, denied carriage in the mails, or 
delivery to subscribers, addressees, or to any other person, or as " sample copies." 
As this Act applies to foreign newspapers, pamphlets, and publications of all kinds, 
Canadian publishers will do well to bear its provisions in mind. 

I have again to express to the officers of the inside and outside service, my 
hearty thanks for the readiness with which they have invariably lent their assist- 
ance in carrying on the business of the Department; a business which year by year 
draws more and more heavily upon the time and ability of those to whom its admin- 
istration is entrusted. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster General. 



X X I V 



RETURN of Passages, Number of Passengers and Cargoes of the Steamships of the Allan and Dominion Lines, under Contract for the Conveyance of the Mails from Liverpool to Halifax, and from Halifax to Liverpool, from 

7th November, 1889, till 3rd May, 1890. 





CAPTAIN.' 


. Left 
Liverpool. 


Arrived 
Halifax. 


Passag 


E. 


Number 
of 

Passengers. 


Freight. 


Left 
. Halifax. 


Arrived 

at 

Liverpool. 


P 


\SSAM 




Number 

of 

Passengers. 






REMARKS. 




STEAMSHIP. 




S 


United 
States. 


Canada. 


P 




1 




Sardinian 

Sarnia 

Oregon 

Polynesian 


Richardson 

Rifxhie! !.'.'!. .'.'.' .'!!!!!'!!!!!! '!.!!!!.' 

Wylie mS . .'.'.•'.'.".'.'.'.'.!!!!!!!.!!!!!!!!! 

Wallace 


Nov. 7. . . . 

do 14. . . . 

do 21 

do 28 . . . 
Dec. 5 .. 

do 12 

do 19. 

do 2G ... 
Jan. 2 ... 

do 9 .. 

do 16 . . 

do 23 .... 

do 30 
Feb. 6. . . . 

do 13 

do 20 . .. 

do 27.. . 
March 6 . . 

do 13 .. 

do 22 . 

do 27 . 

'do lo!!!. 


Nov. 16.... 

do 24.... 

do 30.... 
Dec. 9.... 

do 19 ... 

do 26... 

do 30... 

do' 14.'.'.'. 

do 24... 

do 28 ... 
Feb. 6.... 

do 12 ... 

do 18.... 

do 24. .. 
March 1 

do 9.... 

do 22.. . 

do 28 ... . 
April 4.... 

do 6 ... 

do 13.... 

do 20 .. 


8 18 

9 3 

10 8 

12 4 

14 1 
10 12 
10 .14 

10 18 

13 11 

11 13 
13 16 

12 6 

11 
10 12 

8 16 

9 

15 19 

12 3 
12 3 

9 14 
9 3 


40 


48 

30 



20 


12 




30 
. 45 




36 
15 
40 


13S 
108 
174 
94 
144 
86 
80 
50 
97 
76 
125 
79 

170 
173 
241 

003 
865 
739 
473 
471 


Tons. 
625 
485 
350 
175 
359 

427 
570 
536 
127 
442 
230 
200 

225 

242 
315 
404 
335 
372 
421 
801 


Tons. 
1,541 
1,201 
1,440 
1,694 
2,162 
1,607 
1,901 
1,734 
2,021 
1,541 
1,758 
1,679 
1,617 
2,541 
1,445 
2,329 

U75 

L352 
1,409 

'947 


Nov. 30.... 
Dec. 7.... 

do 14 . . . 

do 21 

do 28 ... . 
Jan. 4 . . 

do 12.... 

do 18 ... 

do 25... 
Feb. 1 .. 

do 9... 

do 15.... 

do 23.... 
March 2 

do. 8.... 

do 10.... 

do 22.... 

do 29.... 

do 12.'.'.'. 
do 19.... 
do 26.... 
May 3.... 


Dec. S. . . . 
do 16.... 

do si!!!! 

Jan. 7 ... 

do 14 ... 

do 23.... 

do 28.... 
Feb. 3... 

do 12.... 

do 18 ... 

do 26 . . 
March 5 

do 12.... 

do 19... 

do 25 ... 

do 31.... 

do" 14'! !! 

do 22.... 
do 27.... 

May 5 

do 12.... 


8 
8 

9 

8 

9 
9 
8 

10 
9 

10 

10 
9 

10 
8 
8 

10 
9 

8 
9 
8 


18 
15 
17 
17 
17 
15 
14 
5 
6 
12 
21 
16 
21 
15 
21 
14 
7 
1 


16 
15 


30 


26 
45 
15 




25 




40 


15 
30 



38 
30 
30 


131 
130 
304 
48 

99 
62 
113 
64 
87 
65 

64 

69 
100 

50 
101 

70 
192 
136 
135 


The bulk of this steamer' 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


homeward cargo 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


was loaded at Portland, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 




Sardinian 








Parisian 

Oregon 

Polynesian 


Ritchie 

Williams 

Whyte 






Hughes 

McDougail.. 




Sarnia 

Caspian 




Peruvian.'... 

Polynesian 

Sarnia 

Parisian 


Richardson 

Wallace 




Ritchie '".'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'..'.'.' 

Lindall 

McDougail 




Circassian 






253 . 21 


G 


5,404 


9,224 


37,865 


204 23 24 


2,299 




Average passage Westward 








11 


50 




Average passage Eastwarr 






8 


21 


53 

























RETURN of Passages, Number of Passengers and Cargoes of the Steamships of the Allan and Dominion Lines, under Contract for the Conveyance of the Mails from Liverpool to Quebec, and from Quebec to Liverpool, from 

17th April, 1890, till 20th November, 1890. 




Parisian 

Vnncimver 

Civc;issuni 

Sard- 
Poly 



Parisian... 


. . i Ritchie 


do 


18.. 








...iLindall 










Circassian.. 


... McDougail 










Sardinian... 


do 








Polynesian . 


... Barrett 


do 


17 . 


do 


















... Lindall and Wil 












J hamS 


do 


31. 


do 


12. 



Average passage Westward 9 2 34 



] 9,343 : ^_ 20,004 
^Tw" ■■■ a > 641,310 l.Vra 



Asbestos 
and Copper Ore 

Tons P'hospin 



Copper, 
Cupper, 



u 



Average passage Eastward 



Montreal, 16th December, 1890. 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. L6.) A. 1891 



CONVENTION between the Department of Communications of Japan 
and the Post Office Department of Canada, concerning the ex- 
change of closed parcels by mail. 



For the purpose of further extending the postal relations between the Empire 
of Japan and the Dominion of Canada, the undersigned, Counl Go-to Shojiro. Minister 
nf Communications of Japan, and John Graham Raggart, Postmaster General of 

Canada, by virtue of authority vested in them by law, have agreed upon the following 
articles : — 

1. There shall be a regular exchange of closed parcels, by mail, between Japan 
and Canada. 

2. Such parcels shall be forwarded by the steamers of the Canadian Pacific Kail- 
way and Steamship Company plying between Vancouver, Canada, and Yokohama, 
Japan. 

3. The maximum weight of a single parcel shall be 5 lbs., and the maximum 
dimensions shall be two feet in length and one foot in width or depth. 

4. The rate of postage shall be 25 cents per lb. or fraction thereof. 

5. This postage rate shall be divided as follows : To credit of Japan, 8 cents per 
lb. for land transit, and to credit of Canada, 9 cents per lb. for sea transit, and 8 cents 
for land transit. 

6. The Post Office of Canada shall provide for the sea conveyance of the parcels 
passing both ways between the two countries. 

7. The parcels exchanged shall not contain any article, the transmission of 
which is prohibited under the regulations relating to other classes of matter passing 
by mail between the two countries. 

8. Every parcel shall be accompanied by a Customs declaration, which shall be 
affixed to the parcel, showing the value of the contents ; and all parcels received in 
either country shall be subject to the Customs laws and regulations thereof. 

-0. The Post Office of Yokohama shall be the parcel post exchange office for 
Japan, and the Post Office of Vancouver, the exchange office for Canada. 

10. Each parcel mail shall be accompanied by a parcel bill, in which shall be 
entered by the despatching office, the number of the parcel, the place of posting, the 
name of the addressee, the declared value of the contents, and the number of rates 
prepaid, and also, at the foot of the bill, the number of parcels despatched, and the 
gross and net weight of the mail. 

11. Parcels must be securely and substantially packed and shall be despatched 
from one country to the other in strong wicker baskets, which the Post Office of 
Canada shall supply, but half the cost of which shall be paid by the Department of 
Communications of Japan. 

12. Undelivered parcels may be re-directed to the senders in the country of 
origin, subject to the same postage rate to which they were severally originally 
liable, which may either be prepaid in the country from which the parcel is returned, 
or charged upon the bill for collection on delivery. Should such a parcel return 
without prepayment fail of delivery to the sender, the country of origin shall notify 
the country from which the parcel was returned of the fact, and claim credit for the 
amount of postage charged against it on such parcel. 

13. Parcels which cannot be delivered to the persons addressed, and the senders 
of which cannot be found shall, unless otherwise determined in special case-, after 
correspondence between the two administrations, be returned to the administration 
of the counUy of origin for disposal as undelivered (dead) matter. 

xxv 
16— c 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 180 



14. The accounts relating to the charges made upon parcels shall be prepared 
quarterly by the Post Office of Canada, and shall be transmitted in duplicate to the 
Department of Communications of Japan for verification and settlement. 

15. This convention shall take effect on 1st October, 1890 (the 1st day of the 10th 
month of the 23rd year of Meiji) and shall remain in force until the expiration of a 
period ot six months after the date upon which one of the two contracting adminis- 
trations shall have notified the other of its intention to terminate it. 

Done in duplicate and signed at Ottawa, Canada, the twenty-fourth day of June, 
one thousand eight hundred and ninety, and at Tokio, Japan, the 3rd day of the 9th 
month of the 23rd year of Meiji. 

<—>— v (Signed) JOHN HAGGAKT, 

• J SEAL ' Postmaster General of Canada. 




(Signed) GO-TO, 

Minister of Communications of Japan. 



XXVI 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. L6.) 



A. 1891 



STATEMENT OE THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE POST 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF THE DOMINION OF CANADA, 
FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30tii JUNE, 1890. 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, 1880 

Postage stumps, post cards, &c., sold 

Postage paid in money, on letters , 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers 

Postage collected by Letter Carriers 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britain from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1880 

Postage on parcels from Great Britain from 1st January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888 

Transit postage from Newfoundland from 1st January, 1888, to 51st December, 1880 

Other miscellaneous receipts 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June, 
1880, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1800 



Gross Revenue. 



Deductions. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 

Discount to Stamp Vendors 

Mis-sent and dead letters 

Other miscellaneous disbursements 

Amount paid for the redemption of postage stamps 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January, to 31st December, 1880 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New 

York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1880 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1880 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business. . . . 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1800. 



Net Revenue. 



$ cts. 



783,127 00 

15,182 70 

2,4G5 02 

551 06 

2,007 28 

28,736 54 

416 73 

4,502 33 

4,137 40 

78 35 

24,840 10 



$ cts. 

32,788 84 

8,016,612 03 

13,106 11 

2,280 til 

307 33 

21,714 50 

17,510 86 

14,771' 01 

385 82 

3,702 32 

05,536 85 

2,169 83 

2,576 47 



$3,223,614 63 



866,225 68 



$2,357,388 05 



DOMINION OF CANADA. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE, FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



&c. 



Conveyance of mails by land . 

do steamboats, 

do railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks ... 

Total Mail Service. 

Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen's bills 

Rents and taxes 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Other miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 



Total Expenditure by Cheque 



$ cts. 

757,334 08 
70,547 16 

087,302 24 
10,803 32 



$1,844,076 80 
1,028,210 24 
10,106 86 
82,072 51 
1,685 00 
54,251 61 
45,066 80 



$3, 074, 41 ill !H 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 
16—1 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE POST 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF CANADA, IN THE PROVINCE OF 

ONTARIO, FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1890. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, 1889 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c, sold 

Postage paid in money, on letters 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britain, from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Postage on parcels from Great Britain, from 1st January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888 

Transit postage from Newfoundland, from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Other miscellaneous receipts 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is, Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June, 
1889, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1890 



Gross Revenue . 



Deductions. 

$ cts 
Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 432,090 17 

Discount to Stamp Vendors , 7,979 03 

Mis-sent and dead letters 1,158 44 

Other miscellaneous disbursements 179 70 

Amount paid for the redemption of postage stamps , 1,160 95 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January, to 31st December, 1889 15,910 95 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New 

York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1889 230 99 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 2,542 80 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business 2,291 20 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business 43 77 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1890. 5,890 54 

Net Revenue 



$ cts. 

G,742 27 

1,657,257 65 

7,064 77 

1,303 57 

5,206 14 

9,696 44 

8,179 13 

213 85 

2,099 80 

47,692 98 

1,198 25 

1,426 70 



$1,748,081 55 



469,478 54 



$1,278,603 01 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE, FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



Conveyance of mails by land 

do stearrri>oats, &c 

do railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 

Total Mail Service 

Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expensed 

Tradesmen's bills 

Rents ;iinl taxes 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

( mIici- mis< ellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 

Total Expenditure by Cheque 



cts. 



279,606 51 


17,064 63 


493,578 80 


7,373 98 


$797,623 92 


490,120 85 


7,946 65 


45,063 38 


415 00 


29,227 91 


23,340 89 


$1,393,738 60 



W. H. Smith son, 

A ccountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



STATEMENT OK THE UIWKNUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE POST 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF CANADA, IN THE PROVINCE OF 

QUHIMC, FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30th JUNK, 1890. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 
REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, 1889 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c, sold.. 

Postage paid in money, on letters 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers , 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britain from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Postage on parcels from Great Britain from 1st January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888 

Transit postage from Newfoundland from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Other miscellaneous receipts -. 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June, 
1889, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1890 



Gross Revenue 

Deductions. $ cts. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 135,803 02 

Discount to Stamp Vendors 3,888 20 

Mis-sent and dead letters 622 09 

Other miscellaneous disbursements 141 00 

Amount paid for the redemption of postage stamps 450 92 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January, to 31st December, 1889 6,171 92 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New 

York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1889. 89 83 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 986 24 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business 887 32 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business 16 64 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1890 6,671 09 



Net Revenue. 



$ cts. 
9,6p2 26 

649,417 04 

3,570 69 

749 83 

6,819 15 

3,760 64 

3,173 48 

82 96 

814 84 

12,124 70 

466 92 

553 61 

$691,186 12 



155,728 27 



$535,457 85 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE, FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



Conveyance of mails by land 

do steamboats, &c 

do railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 

Total Mail Service. 

Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen's bills 

Rents and taxes 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Other miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 

Total Expenditure by Cheque 



cts. 



158,022 70 

15,315 18 

190,984 12 

9,202 46 


$373,524 46 

267,882 20 

6,077 70 

18,622 92 

910 00 

11,443 07 

12,566 41 



1691,026 76 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



54 Victoria 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE POST 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF CANADA, IN THE PROVINCE OF NOYA 

SCOTIA, FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 1890. 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, 1889 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c, sold 

Postage paid in money, on letters 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britain from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Postage on parcels from Great Britain from 1st January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888 

Transit postage from Newfoundland from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Other miscellaneous receipts 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June, 
1889, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1890 



Gi 



Revenue . 



Deductions. $ cts. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 82,671 24 

Discount to Stamp Venders 815 91 

Mis-sent and dead letters 176 94 

Other miscellaneous disbursements 38 04 

Amount paid for the redemption of postage stamps 161 69 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January to 31st December, 1889 2,217 89 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New 

York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1889 31 97 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 354 43 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business. . . . 319 24 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business 5 98 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1890. 6,437 69 

Net Revenue 



$ cts. 

7,926 31 

232,372 60 

650 05 

74 90 

1,793 49 

1,340 82 

1,140 11 

29 67 

292 56 

14,013 96 

167 75 

198 72 



$260,000 94 



93,231 02 



$166,769 92 



PROVINCE OF M)VA SCOTIA. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE, FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



Conveyance of mails by land 

do steamboats, &c. . 

do railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 



Salaries paid by cheque 
Travelling expenses.. . . 
Tradesmen's bills 



Total Mail Service. 



Stationery, printing and advertising 
other miscellaneous disbursements i 



incuts paid by cheque 

Total Expenditure by Cheque 



$ cts. 

125,328 60 

10,662 78 

43,857 18 

797 66 



$180,646 22 
63,785 26 
1,536 82 
6,343 65 
4,198 39 
2,213 88 



$258,724 22 



W. U. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



- 



STATEMENT OK THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE POST 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT OE CANADA, IN THE PROVINCE OF NEW 

BRUNSWICK, FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30th JUNE, 181)0. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWrCK. 
REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, 1889 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c, sold 

Postage paid in money, on letters 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers 

Postage collected by Letter Carriers 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britain from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Postage on parcels from Great Britain from 1st January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888 

Transit postage from Newfoundland from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Other miscellaneous receipts 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is, Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June, 
1889, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1890 

Gross Revenue , 

Deductions. $ cts 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 52,065 04 

Discount to Stamp Vendors 1,097 92 

Mis-sent and dead letters 122 53 

Other miscellaneous disbursements 38 07 

Amount paid for redemption of postage stamps 112 48 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January to 31st December, 1889 1,542 88 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New 

York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1889 22 24 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 246 56 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business 223 08 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business ... 4 16 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1890 1,570 39 



$ cts. 


2,525 32 


163,203 92 


366 27 


47 25 


231 53 


1,734 56 


930 16 


793 12 


20 64 


203 52 


7,404 27 


117 00 


138 24 


$177,715 80 



Net Re\ 



57,045 35 



$120,670 45 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE, FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



Conveyance of mails by land 

do steamboats, &c 

do railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 

Total Mail Service. 

Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen's bills 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Other miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 



Total Expenditure by Cheque . 



cts. 



54,087 96 

3,150 00 

83,138 85 

981 78 


$141,358 59 

77,299 99 

963 85 

4,306 65 

3,475 08 

2,721 56 


$230,125 72 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-Genera I. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE POST 

OFFICE DEPAETMENT OF CANADA, IN THE PROVINCE OF 

MANITOBA AND THE NORTH-WEST TEEEITOEIES, 

FOE THE YEAE ENDED 30th JUNE, 1890. 

PROVINCE OF MANITOBA AND THE N.-W. TERRITORIES. 

REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, 1889 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c, sold 

Postage paid in money, on letters 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britian from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Postage on parcels from Great Britain from 1st January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888 

Transit postage from Newfoundland from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Other miscellaneous receipts 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June. 
1889, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1890 



Gross Revenue 

Deductions. $ cts. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 52,245 72 

Discount to Stamp Vendors 685 60 

M is-sent and dead letters 223 00 

Other miscellaneous disbursements 65 25 

Amount paid for the redemption of postage stamps 133 57 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January to 31st December, 1889 1,832 17 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New- 
York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1889 26 41 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 292 79 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business. . . . 263 72 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business 4 94 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1890. 3,393 30 



Net Revenue. 



$ cts. 

4,661 80 

196,549 91 

975 65 

73 11 

2,215 00 

1,116 44 

941 83 

24 51 

241 68 

6,449 39 

138 75 

164 16 



$213,552 23 



59,166 47 



$154,385 76 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA AND THE K-W. TERRITORIES. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE, FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



( kmveyance <>f mails by land 

do railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 



Total Mail Service. 

Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen's lulls 

Stationery, print Ing and adverl ising 

Other miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 



Total Expenditure by ( Iheque. 



$ cts 



80,411 26 
101,515 98 

626 05 


$182,553 29 

83,226 07 

866 42 

4,798 (58 

3,519 53 

1,073 46 


$276,037 45 



W. II. Smithson. 



Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16. 



A. L891 



STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OP THE POST 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF CANADA, IN THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH 

COLUMBIA, FOR THE YKAIi ENDED 30th JUNE, 1890. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, [886 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c, sold 

Postage paid in money, onTetters 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers 

Postage collected by Letter Carriers 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britain from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 . . . 
Postage on parcels from Great Britain from 1st .January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888. 



Transit postage from Newfoundland from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

( )ther miscellaneus receipts 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June, 
L889, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1890. 

Gross Revenue 



Deductions. $ cts. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 17,797 18 

Discount to Stamp Vendors 461 92 

Mis-sent and dead letters 144 68 

Other miscellaneous disbursements 89 00 

Amount paid for the redemption of postage stamps 56 58 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January to 31st December, 1889 771 44 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New 

York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1889 11 12 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 123 28 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business .... Ill 20 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business. 2 08 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1890. 542 07 



Net Revenue. 



f cts. 

794 2!) 

83,87!) 81 

465 46 

2K 10 

75 80 

3,044 25 

490 08 

396 56 

10 32 

101 76 

6,812 08 

58 41 

69 12 



$96,226 07 



20,110 55 



$76,115 52 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE, FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



Conveyance of mails by land 

do steamboats, &c . . . 

do railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 



Total Mail Service. 

Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen's bills 

Rents and taxes 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Other miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 



Total Expenditure by Cheque 



$ els. 



46,776 90 


33,351 57 


56,740 31 


275 27 


$137,147 05 


32,305 22 


1,314 12 


2,059 86 


360 00 


1,689 82 


2,284 61 


$177,160 ^S 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



STATEMENT OF THE REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE OF THE POST 

OFFICE DEPARTMENT OF CANADA, IN THE PEOYINCE OF PEINCE 

EDWAED ISLAND FOE THE YEAE ENDED 30th JUNE, 1890. 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

REVENUE. 



Balances due by Postmasters on old revenue account on 30th June, 1889 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c . , sold 

Postage paid in money, on letters 

Postage paid in money, on newspapers 

Rents of letter boxes and drawers 

Transit postage from Great Britain from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Postage on parcels from Great Britain from 1st January, 1887, to 31st December, 1888 

Transit Postage from Newfoundland from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 

Other miscellaneous receipts 

Commissions received on Money Orders 

Profit in exchange on Money Order business with other Countries 

Void Money Orders, that is, Money Orders issued between 1st July, 1888, and 30th June, 
1889, payment of which had not been claimed up to 30th June, 1890 . 

Gross Revenue 



Deductions. $ cts. 

Salaries, forward allowances, allowances towards rent, fuel and light, and 

compensation to Postmasters on Money Order business 10,454 72 

Discount to Stamp Vendors 254 21 

Mis-sent and dead letters 18 24 

Amount paid for the redemption of postage stamps 21 09 

Transit rates on mail matter passing through the United States for other 

Countries, from 1st January to 31st December, 1889 289 29 

Transit rates on mail matter for France by French packet sailing from New 

York, from 1st March, 1887, to 31st December, 1889 4 17 

Transit rates on mail matter passing between Newfoundland and Canada, 

from 1st January, 1888, to 31st December, 1889 46 23 

Balance of commission paid to other Countries on Money Order business 41 64 

Cost of remittances to the United States on Money Order business 78 

Balances still due by Postmasters on old revenue account, on 30th June, 1890. 335 11 

Net Revenue 



$ cts. 

486 59 

33,931 07 

73 22 

3 88 

902 00 

176 28 

148 71 

3 87 

38 16 

1,039 47 

22 75 

25 92 



$36,851 92 



11,465 48 



$25,386 44 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

EXPENDITURE BY CHEQUE FROM PARLIAMENTARY APPROPRIATION. 



Conveyance of mails by land 

«lo railways 

Making and repairing mail bags and locks 



Total Mail Service 

Salaries paid by cheque 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen '8 bills 

St.it lonery, print ing and advertising 

Other miscellaneous disbursements paid by cheque 



Total Expenditure by Cheque 



ctsi 



13,100 15 
17,577 00 j 
546 12 


$31,223 27 J ' 
13,590 65 
401 30 
877 37 
697 81 
866 08 


$47,656 48 i 



\V. II. Smithson, 

Accountant, 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Memorandum of Special Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions disbursed 
through the Post Office Department, Year ended 30th June, 1890. 

N.B. — These amounts an not paid from the Parliamentary Appropriation for the Post Office Department, 

but from the special vote for Mail Subsidies and Steamship Subventions, and are brought into the 
Public Accounts under that heading. 



Name of Route. 


Nam a 

of 
Contractor. 


.5 
8 . 

lj 


05 


Amount. 


t Yearly subsidy to Montreal Ocean Steamship Co. — 

Halifax and Liverpool via Moville (winter) 

Quebec and Liverpool via Moville (summer) 


Andrew Allan.. . 
do 

J. Holliday 

Yarmouth SS. 
Co 

Bras d'Or Steam 
Navigation Co. 

R. Macdonald.. . 

F. W. Fraser. .. 

E. Gaskill 

Goodall & Per- 


2,530 
2,650 

180 

292 

75 
95 

117 
75&50 

750 

45&16 

75&60 


11 

i/ 

i 

i 

6 
2 

1 

1 

1 

3&5 

3 


$ cts. 
126,533 33 


*Steam communication with the Magdalen Islands- - 

Pictou, Magdalen Islands, Grand Entry, &c 

Steam communication between Halifax and St. John via Yar- 
mouth — 
Halifax and St. John via Yarmouth and intermediate 


10,000 00 


*Steam communication between Port Mulgrave and East Bay, 
C. B.- 
Port Mulgrave and East Bay 


5,000 00 


*Steam communication between Cape Canso and Port Hood 
via Port Mulgrave — 
Port Mulgrave to Canso via Arichat 

Steam communication between Port Mulgrave or Pictou Rail- 
way Terminus and Cheticamp, &c. (the Local Govern- 
ment having granted a similar amount) — 


6,500 00 
4,000 00 

2,000 00 
3,500 00 


*Steam communication between Grand Manan, N.B., and 

Mainland — 

Grand Manan, St. John and St. Stephen 

Steam communication between United States and Victoria, 

B.C.— 




17,640 00 


*Steam communication between St. John, Digby and Anna- 
polis — 
St. John, Digby and Annapolis 


Bay of Fundy 
SS. Co 

C. P. Navigation 
Co 




Steam communication between New Westminster and 
Victoria — 
New Westminster, Victoria and Chilli wack 

Total 


11,500 00 

6,923 08 
$193,596 41 













t To 31st March only. 

* See water services, for an additional amount paid from Parliamentary Appropriation. 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



16—2 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario made within the 

year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name of Route. 



Aberarder and Railway Station . 

Aberdeen and Durham 

Aberdour and Railway Station. . 

Abingdon and Canfield 

Abingdon and Winona 

Aboyne and Elora 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



D. N Sinclair 
L. Eldridge. . . 
G. Christie . . . 
W. Young .... 
J. Williams. . . 
T. Godfrey . . . 



Wilson .... 
do 

Tod 

S. Moffatt . 

Harris 

H. Roblin . 
Gallagher. . 



if 



11 



12 
151 



Acton and Knatchbull 

Acton and Speyside 

Adare and Maguire A 

Addison and Bell's Station H 

Adelaide and Strathroy J. 

Adolphustown and Bath J 

Adolphustown and Nap'anee E 

Agincourt, Canadian Pacific Rail- 
way and Midland Railway W. Lawton 

Agincourt and Railway Station do 

Agincourt Station and L'Amaroux . R. H. Madill 

do do A. Mason 

Ahmic Harbor and Parry Sound. . . T. W. Quinn. . . 

Ahniic Harbor and Wharf S. Paul 

Ahmic Lake and Spence J. McCartney. . 

AilsaCraig, DenfieldandRy. Station J. Orr 

Ailsa Craig and Railway Station. . . S. Hey 

Air Line Junction and Ry. Station. M. Grisdale. . . . 

do do M. Minnes 

Albert and Marysville P. Sullivan .... 

Alberton and Lynden H. Dunham . . . 

do do B. Dunham . . . 

Albion, Castlederg and Mount Wolfe S. J. Snell 

Albion and Railway Station Q. D. Elliott. . . 

Albuna and Cottam E. S. Irwin. . . . 

Albury and Rednersville G. Rose 

Alboro and Rodney N. Gray 

Aldershot and Waterdown J. Simmons. . . . 

do do W. Prudham . . 

Alderville and Franklin's Corners . . W. Stevenson. 

Alexandria and McCrimmon. D. McCrimmon 

Alexandria and Railway Station ... A. J. McDonald 
Alexandria and St. Raphael West. . J. McDougall. . . 

Alexandria and Vankleek Hill A. Mercier 

Alfred and Montebello L. Larocque . . . 

Algoma Mills and Railway Station. H. F. McQuire . 
Allan burg and Railway Station. . . . W. Livingstone. 

Allandale and Holly W. Armstrong . . 

Allandale and Painswick W. Thompson . . 

Allandale and Railway Station .... M. J. Hamlin . . 

Allan Park and Hampden H. Byers 

Allan Park and Lamlash E. Earls 

Allenford and Owen Sound T. N.Williamson 

Allenford and Railway Station .... J. Dean 

Allenford and Saugeen W. Gilbert ..... 

Allenford and Skipness J. Davidson 

Allensville and Mail Catching Post J. McNicol 

Aliens ville and Utterson do 

Allen wood and Elmvale J. G. Dickinson. 

Allen wood and Gibson do 

Allison ville and Consecon G. Pine. 

Alliston and Beeton H. E. Kinsay. . . 

Alliston and Elm Grove S. Berridge 

11 

16—3 



<; 

3 

<; 
3 
3 
6 

2 

2 
3 
6 

<; 

6 
6 

12 

<; 

3 
3 
3 
3 
1 

6&12 
G 
6 
6 
3 
6 
6 

6&3 

24 

2 

3 

G 



3 


12 


3.1 


12 


48 rds. 


6 


9 


6 


1 


24 


17 


G 


19 


6 


9 


G 


\ 


6&12 


o 


12 


3 


G 


1 


6 


36 


5 


2 


5 


3 


13 I 


G 


12 


11 


G 


4-2 


2 


3 


6 


4 


3 


G 


3 


3 


2 


8 


3 


14 r. t, 


6 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do 18 days (to May 
18, 1889).. . 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

2 do (to May 31, '89). 
10 do from do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 
9 do from do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) . 

6 do from- do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

G do from do 

do (from Sept. 1, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

L2 do 

6 

6 



do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

12 do 

Special trip 

12 months 



$ cts. 

40 00 

73 00 

70 00 

155 00 

239 00 

9 23 

75 00 

75 00 

50 00 

200 00 

240 00 
425 00 
585 00 

125 00 
30 00 
16 66 
83 33 

614 00 
23 50 
60 00 

250 00 
78 25 
10 00 
30 00 

180 00 
94 00 
94 00 

260 00 
60 00 

72 72 
75 00 

144 00 

99 50 

60 00 

14 58 

240 00 

112 68 

325 00 

350 00 

200 00 

119 20 
100 20 
115 00 
150 00 
150 00 

73 75 
110 00 

120 00 
124 80 
245 00 

75 00 
78 25 

54 60 

55 00 
22 50 

150 00 

1 00 

300 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



CD 

o . 
s « 

3.2 



H « 



Period. 



Amount. 



Alliston and Rosemont 

Alliston and Railway Station 

Alloa and Edmonton 

AUsaw and Minden 

do do . . . . 

Alma and Railway Station 

Alma and Winfield 

Almonte and Clayton 

Almonte and Railway Station 

Almonte and West Huntley 

do do 

Alport and Bracebridge 

Alsfeldt and Railway Station 

Althorpe and Maberly 

Alton and Railway Station. 

Alvinston and Railway Station 

do do 

Amaranth Station and Ry. Station. 

Amberley and Kincardine 

Amberley and Kintail 

Amberley and Lurgan. 

Ameliasburg and Belleville 

Ambers tburg and Oxley 

do do 

Amherstburg and Railway Station . 

Amherstburg and Windsor 

Amiens and Lobo 

Amigari and Railway Station. . . . 
Ancaster and Hamilton 

do do 

AngUB and Essa Centre ... 

Angus and Railway Station 

Anson and Railway Station 

Anten Mills and Railway Station. . 

Antioch and Grassmere 

Appin and ( den Willow 

Appin and Mayfair 

Appleby and Railway Station. . . . 
Appledore and Railway Station. . . . 
Appleton and ( 'arleton Place 

do do 

Apsley and ( Iheddar 

do do 

A psley and Lasswade 

Apsley and Peterboro' 

do do 

A pto and Phelpston Station 

Archer and Bouck'a 1 lill 

do do 

Archville and ( Mtau a 

Arden and Railway Station 

Arden and Tamworth 

Ardtrea and ( >rillia 

Arkona and Keyser 

Arkona and Thedford 

Arkona and Watford . 

Arkwrightand Mount Hope 

\ rmadale and I fnionville 



AniKiw ;i ud K inca rdine 

do do 

Armstrong - M ilia and I ruelph . 
\ pni •' ' and Railway Station . . 
Arnprior and Fitzroy I [arbour. 
Arnprior and Railway st.it ion., 



T. Langley 

do 

W. Goulding. . . . 

D. Burke 

R. McKnight... 
J. H. Walker... 
J. Hattin 

A. Bamett 

E. Dowdall 

J. Manion 

B. Manion 

H. F. Bickmore. 

H. Ziegler 

J. Norris 

A. Menzies 

M Temple 

C Temple 

J. Lacon 

J. Bayne 

T. Elson 

J. McCrindle... 

C. W. Tice 

A. Elliott 

A. Fox 

do 

do 

R. Sharpe 

A. B. Hurrell. . . 
W. M. Elliott. . . 

J. Phillips 

J. M. Coulson . . 
W. J. Smith.... 
A. McMullen . . . 
J. McLaughlin. . 

F. Widdess 

J. Reilly 

.1. 1-]. Campbell . 

J. Prescott 

0. B. Arnold . . . 
J. G. Munro. . . . 
J. N. Eastwood. 

T. Eastland 

A. Craham 

T. Eastland 

do 

P. Kennedy 

II. O'Neill 

T. Archer 

J. Cramer 

C. M. Carrow. . . 
.1. Babcock 

do 

W. Blair 

W. .1. Evans.... 

W. Hester 

K. I tooper 

W. F. S.thes.... 
M. R. Heming- 
way 

W. Shier 

( ;. Stirling 

I i. Armstrong. . . 

\V. < ;. Murray. . 
1 1. Somer villa . . 
II. Ilatton 



10&12 

J 

12 
4 



14 
6 

4i 
10" 
19 
19 

1 
18 

12 i 

7 
7 
G 



12 



50 yds 



2| 

4 f 
4i 

21" 

21 

11 

40 

40 

6 

9 

9 

If 
1 

20i 
9 
6* 

7i 

12 

3| 

11 
11 
s 
ft 

12 

a 



6 

12 

3 

2 

2 

12 

3 

6 

24 

3 

3 

3 

6 

2 

12 

12 

12 

6 

6 

6 

3 



6 

6 

12 

& 3 

3 

12 

12 

12 

2 

12 

(J 

6 

1 

3 

3 

6 

2 

12 

12 

1 

1 

1 

3 

3 

(> 

3 

3 

(; 

6 

3 
2 

2 

<; 
6 

2 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do (less fine) 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89), 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89).. 

9 do from do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

6 do do 

12 do 

12 do 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '89) , 

7 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1.2 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 
6 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

('» do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '8!)). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Arnprior ;in<l White Lake 

Arthur and Fergus 

Arthur and Metz 

do do 

Arthur and Monck 

Arthur and Railway Station 

Arva and Ballymote 

Ash and Railway Station 

do do 

Ashdad and Railway Station 

AsSdad Ry. Station and Sheedy. . . 

Ashdown and Rear Cave 

Ashdown and Edgington 

Ashdown and West Grove. 

Ashgrove and ( Georgetown 

Ashley and Rockford Station 

Ashton and Prospect 

Ashton and Railway Station 

Athens and Charleston 

Athens and Mallorytown 

Athens and Oak Leaf 

Athens and Plum Hollow 

Atherley and Railway Station 

Atherton and Delhi 

Athlone and Tottenham 

Attercliffe Station and Ry. Station. 

Atwood and Mitchell 

Atwood and Raihvay Station 

Auburn and Blyth, &c 

do do 

Aughrim and Bothwell 

do do 

Aughrim and Mosside 

Aughrim and Tanered 

Auguston and Homing's Mills 

Aultsville and Bush Glen 

Aultsville and East Williamsburg. . 

Aurora and Railway Station 

Aurora and Schomberg.. 

Aurora and White Rose 

Avening and Railway Station 

Avon, Putnam and Railway Station 

Avonry and Wilkesport 

A xe Lake and Charlinch 

Ayhner and Dorchester Station 

Ayhner and Dunboyne 

Ayhner and Railway Station 

Ayhner and Seville. 

Ayr and Railway Station 

Ayton and Railway Station 



Baby's Point and Port Lambton. . . 

Bad< n and Wellesley 

Badenoch and Mildmay 

Badjeros and Mclntyre 

Baie dea Peres and Haileyburg 

Bainsville and Railway Station 

Bala and (Hen Orchard 

Rala and Sahanatian 

Balaclava and Johnson 

Baldwin and Railway Station 

Ballantrae and Railway station 

Ballantyne's Station and Railway 

Station 

Ballinafad and Georgetown 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



P. Doolan ..... 

J. Moriarty 

R, J. Williams.. 
J. A. Smell ie. .. 
W. Hamilton . . . 

• I. Buschlen 

J.H. Shoebottom 
W. H. Dorland. 

J. Allan 

S. Felletor 

M. Sheedy . . . 

H. Bishton 

W. Bond 

M. E. West .... 

1']. Nixon 

G. Eollis 

W. Burrows .... 

H. S. Conn 

J. Kavanagh. . . . 
S. L. Hogeboom. 
W. S. Johnson. . 
V. W.O.Sherman 

E. Lanigan 

L. A. Wilson... 

S. E. Turner 

J . Sundy 

J. McKoy 

D. Gordon 

W. J. Moore .... 
M. A. Moore... . 
W. McAlpine... 
N. Paterson .... 

J. McCabe 

G. Hand 

W. August 

G. Bush 

G. A. Summers. 

D. W. Doan.... 

E. Ashberry . . . 
D. W. Doan .... 

J. Pingle 

J. A. Kinnee . . . 

J. Burden 

J. McPherson . . 

R. Learn 

W. S. Pierce. . . . 

do 
R. C. Wright . . . 

W. Hilborn 

H. Ringel 



W.H. McDonald 
C. Harefeld 

Kleist 

I). McKinnon 
C. Farr 

McCuaig 

White 

Sahanatian . . 

Johnstone. . . 

Grvlls 

Hill 



J. Hysop 

J. W. McKee. 



5~ 

5 3 



20&32 

12 





13 

1 

3 

i 

x i 

8 

14 

4 

4 

n 

2 
5J 
13 

!) 

1 
3 



6&12 

0&12 

10 



•9* 

© i 



4|&5l 

2 

3 

9 

3 
j 
I 

15 
12 r. t. 



1 
9 
4* 
3^ 
14 

8* 

!) 
2 

4 
I 



16- 



■3J 



13 



3&G 
6 

2 
2 
2 

24 
2 

6 
3 
3 
1 
1 
1 

3 
3 
6 
2 
6 
3 
2 

12 
2 

6 

12 
6 


G&3 

G&3 
G 



3 
2 

2 
2 
6 

24 
6 
3 

12 
G&12 
2 
1 
6 
6 

24 
2 

24 

12 

3 
G 
1 
3 
1 
6 
2 

1 

3 

6 

12 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months 

12 do 

G do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

G do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) 

3 do from do 

G do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



3 do (to June 30, '89) 

12 do 

9 do (from July, 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do . 

Special trip 

12 months 

1 do (from Mar. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



(from Sept. 1, '89) 
(from Mar. 1,' '90) 
(to Dec.' 31, '89)! 

(fromEeb.1,'90) 



435 00 

223 00 

40 00 

40 00 

170 00 

125 00 

65 00 

26 25 

11 00 

12 50 
150 00 

40 00 
100 00 

40 00 
225 00 

50 00 
235 00 
100 00 

17 50 
480 00 
112 11 

58 00 
1G0 00 

45 00 
220 00 

83 G8 
432 00 

52 00 
29G 79 

98 93 

253 47 

1 00 

103 0G 

3 25 
23 00 

100 00 

72 00 

120 00 

448 00 

150 00 

120 00 

350 no 

40 00 

40 00 

400 00 

500 00 

313 00 

48 00 

230 32 

90 00 

50 00 
330 00 

17 50 
GO 00 

4 17 

51 20 
55 25 
50 00 

5 83 

52 00 
60 00 

26 00 
250 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 


Name 

of 

Contractor. 


.5 

05 
V . 

~ EC 

3.8 

a* 




Period. 


Amount. 


Ballinvilla and South March 


P. Orchard 

J. Copp 

J. Cunningham. 

F. Walter 

J. Barry 

B. H. Sweet.... 

J. McLellan 

J. D. Carveth. . . 

E. Lennox 

W. Johnson 

S. McEwen 

C. Bard 

R. Barrett 

M. Corkery 

S. McCord 

M & J. Billings. 
B. Reynolds .... 
W. J. Deacon. . . 


4 
6 
4 

7 
21 
11 

2k 

si 

8 
16" 

k 

22 
17 


2 

2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
6 
2 
2 
12 
2 
3 
6 
2 
1&2 
1 


12 months 

12 do 


$ cts. 

40 00 

85 00 


Balsam Lake and Victoria Boad . . . 


12 do 


72 00 


Bamberg and St. Agatha 

Banbury and Sprucedale 

Bancroft and Cheddar 


12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 


72 00 

45 00 

125 00 

50 00 


Banda and Glencairn 

Banda and Scarlet Hill 


170 00 

56 25 

130 00 


Bannockburn and Railway Station. 
Bardsville and Falkenburg 


60 00 

50 00 

395 00 


Barkerton and Railway Station .... 

Bark way and Germania 

Bark Lake and Burdenell 


50 00 

75 00 

190 00 




12 do . 


120 00 


Hanie and Hawkstone 


Special trip. . . 


4 00 


Barrie and Hillsdale 


C. C. Davis 

G. E. Smith .... 
W. H. Crosby.. 

M. Murphy 

•T. Ryan 


16 
5 

& 

5 
U 
12* 
15 
150 yd 
49 
49 

a 

1 

t\t 
16 
10 

m 

20 

7 

16 

16 

8 

5 

5 

11 

9 

7 

6 

5 

11 

19 r.t. 

3 

4 

i 

5 
13 

6 
20 

H 

i 

4 


6 

3 

66 

18 

6 

1 

1 

6 

1 &2 

2 

12 

12 

12 

6 

12 

3 

1 

6 

6 

3 

6 

1 

1 

1 

1 
2 
2 
6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
6 
3 

24 
3 
3 
3 
6 

2 

12 
2 
6 


12 months 


275 00 


Barrie and Midhurst 

Barrie and Railway Station 

Barrie and Street Letter Boxes . . . 


12 do 

12 do 

12 do 


93 00 
206 58 
250 00 


Barrieheld and Kingston 


12 do 


75 00 


Barrie Island and Gore Bay 


W. N. Runnalls 

J. Evoy 

P. Barry 

R. Reeves 

do 

W. Aylesworth.. 

D. Wemp 

C. Mills 

A. Stevenson.. . . 
W. Bouchier .... 
A. Ferguson .... 

A. Cooper 

R. Beattie . . . 
W. H. Cook . . 
A. Aselstine. . . . 

F. Sander 

< I . F. Marsh 

• 1. ( rarrison 

F. M. Williams. 

G. Utting 


12 do 


100 00 


Bar River and Garden River 


12 do 


75 00 


Barryvale and Railway Station. . . 

Basin Depot and Eganville 

do do 

Bath and Railway Station 

do do 


12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

3 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 


15 00 

243 75 

131 25 

37 00 

37 00 

70 00 

348 34 

40 96 

139 48 
50 00 

270 00 
395 00 

50 00 j 
300 00 
100 00 

31 00 

25 00 
22 50 

140 00 
110 00 
180 00 
140 00 

93 75 1 
207 08 1 
200 00 1 
100 00 j 

41 30 1 

160 00 l 

70 00 

116 00 

70 00 I 1 


do do 


Bath and Stella 

Batteau and Railway Station 

Battersea and Kingston 

Battle Hall and Cooper's Falls 


1 tayfield and Clinton 


12 do 

12 do 

12 do 


Bay ham and Ingersoll 

Bayside and Belleville 


Baysville and Bracebridge 


12 do 


Baysville and 1 >orset 


12 do 


Baysi ill«- and Maple Ridge 


Season 1889 


Baj <\ ill<- and Menoinonee 


1) months (to Sept. 30, 
'89). 


do do 


6 do from do . . 
12 do 


Bav\ lew and Morlev 


Beachburg and Gower Point. 

Beachburg and Westmeath 

Beachville and Embro 


T.M.Carswell, jr 
H. A. O'Brien.. 
• 1. B. Johnson . . 
.1 B Groble 


12 do 

12 do 

12 do 




5 do (to Aug. 31, '89). 
7 do (from Sept. 1, '89) 
12 do 


Beams; ill<' and Rosedene 

Bearbrook and ( lanaan 


C. McKay 

R. Bowden 

do .. .. 
M. Moore 

A. Hamilton. . . . 
.1. R. McDonald 


. learbrook and Railway ( 'rossing. . . 


12 do 


Beatrice and Falkenburg 


Part of seasons 18S8-89 
and 1889-90 




3eaverton and Railway Station. . . . 
, lecher and Wallaceburg 


12 months 

12 do 


id and Dunbar 

. '.«'lti ml M ills and Newboro' 


A. .1. ( lolquhoun 
1 . Woodman. . 


12 do 

12 do 


. teech Lane and Tilsonburg 


F. ( rale 


10 do (from June 1, '89) 

(less fine) 

12 do 




' (eechwood and Seafortfa 


<:. K. Holland.. 
II. E. Kinsay. . . 
J. Mullin 


330 50 
85 00 1 
95 89 
80 00 

150 00 


►eeton and Railway Stat ion 


12 do 


telfasl and Lanec 


12 do 


and St. 1 [elena 


do 


12 do 



u 



4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Belfountain and Railway Station . . 

do do 

Belgrave and Bushfield 

Belgrave and Marnoch 

Belgrave and Railway Station 

Belie River and Byrnedale 

Belleville and Albert College 

Belleville and Belleville Station.. . . 

Belleville and Bridgewater 

Belleville and Madoc 

Belleville and Railway Station . . .. 

Belleville and Sidney Crossing 

Belleville and Street Letter Boxes.. 

Belleville and Tweed 

Belleville and Wallbridge 

Bell Ewart and Lefroy Station 

J itll Ewart and Roach's Point 

Bellroek and Verona 

Belmont and London 

Belmont and Railway Station 

Belmore and Wroxeter 

Belton and Railway Station 

Belton and St. Ives 

Belwood and Craigsholme 

Belwood and Dracon 

Belwood and Railway Station 

Bendale and Woburn 

Beniniller and Goderich 

Benoit's Mills and Nosbonsing 

Bensfort ani South Monaghan 

Bentpath and Dresden 

Berkeley and Glascott 

Berkeley and Railway Station 

Berlin and Crosshill 

Berlin and Street Letter Boxes 

Berlin and West Montrose 

Berlin and Yatton 

Berriedale and Denville 

Berriedale and Hartfell 

Berriedale and Railway Station .... 

Bethany and Railway Station 

Bethel and The Corners 

Bewdley and Millbrook 

Biekford and Railway Station.. . . 

Big Point and Dover South 

Billings' Bridge and Ottawa 

Binbrook and Glanford Station .... 

do do 

Binkham and Erin 

Bird's Creek and Hybla 

Bird's Creek and New Carlow 

Birdsalls and Railway Station 

Birr and Devizes, &c 

Biscotasing and Railway Station. . . 

Bishop's Mills and Prescott 

Bissett's Creek and Railway Station 

Black Bank and Lisle 

Blackburn and Orleans 

Black Creek and Railway Station. . 

Black's Corners and Laurel 

Black River Bridge and Picton 

Blackstock and Cadmus. 

Blackstock and Purple Hill 

Blackwell Station and Ry. Station . 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



W. G. I'.yam... 

N. Herring 

.1. Newcomb. . . 
P. Porterfield . . 

S. Morley 

W. Byrne 

H. W. Cronk . . 

do 
J. Campbell, jun 
\Y. Wooley... 
H. W. Cronk.. 
\V. Vandervoort 
H. W. Cronk. 
J. Campbell, jun 

F. B. Prior 

F. McKay 

T.Ellis 

F. Clark 

C. W. Barrows. . 

J. Evans 

A. Orr 

J. Gibson 

H. Powell 

J. Hanna 

do 

do 

J. Yeoman 

J. Miller 

E. Benoit 

E. Stirton 

J. McLachlin . . . 

R. English 

T. Lund 

J. T. Wilford... 
H. Bachmann. . . 
H. Whitcher. . . . 

T. Hunt 

J. A. Crawford.. 

J. B. Duke 

J. A. Crawford.. 
N. M. Kelly .... 
R. H. Robinson. 
H. Atkins 

F. M. Johnson . . 

A. Cheff 

S. Davidson .... 

A. Wickett 

J. Henderson . . . 
W. Wansbrough 
A. Sutherland . . 
T. Carmichael. . 
T. Lancaster. . . . 
I. Lambourn . . . 
P. J. Finlan .... 
C. W. Knapp... 
C. Carmichael . . 
N. Duffin. ...... 

R.Dagg 

I. H. Allen 

J. Graham 

G. McGuire 

T. W. Robertson 

W. Bartley 

P. Wellington, 

jun 

15 



Period. 



9months(toDec. 31, '89) 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (to July 31, '89).. 

12 do 

12 do (less fine) 

12 do 

12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

5 nos. (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do (from June 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

3 do do 

9 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89k. 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 



Amount. 



9 cts. 

56 25 

18 7.") 

::> 00 

60 <x> 

132 00 

55 00 

25 00 

75 00 

206 00 

4130 00 

308 00 

80 00 

250 00 

444 45 

110 00 

80 00 

47 00 

50 00 

145 00 

09 00 
155 50 

40 00 
117 76 
00 00 
71 00 
65 00 
80 00 
150 00 
50 00 
75 00 

89 00 
84 00 
80 00 

390 00 
200 00 
437 50 
315 00 
117 00 
149 00 

39 00 

90 00 

40 00 
350 00 

30 00 

60 00 

37 50 

44 50 

127 50 

711 oi. 

21) 25 

25 00 

4 00 

220 00 

15 65 

255 00 

10 00 
200 00 

50 00 
62 60 
44 00 
98 00 

101 

55 00 



26 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.] 



A. 1891 1 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued \ 



Name of Route. 



Blackwater and Railway Station . . 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J 



Blackwater Station and Layton .... C. 

Blair and Railway Station J. 

Blairhampton and Minden W 

Blairton and Havelock M, 

Blairton and Wariston J. 

Blandford Station and Ry. Station . A. 

Blenheim and Leamington J. 

Rlenheim and Morpeth M. 

Blenheim and Railway Station O. 

Blenheim and Rondeau, &c J. 

Blessington and Shannonville P. 

Blind River and Railway Station. . G. 



do do 

Blind River and Thompson. 



do 



do 



Bloomfield and Railway Station. . . . 

Bloomfield and Sand Banks 

Blount and Glen Cross 

Bluevale and Railway Station 

Blytfa and Railway Station 

Blytheswood and Goldsmith 

Blytheswood and Railway Station. . 

Bobcaygeon and Lindsay 

Bobcaygeon and Peterboro' 

Bogart and Chapman 

Bognor and Woodford 

do do 

Bornholm and Broadhagen 

Bornish and Sable 

Borromee and Orleans 

Boskung and Minden 

Boawortfa and Riverbank 

Botany and Thamesville 

Bothwell and Clachan 

Bothwell and Florence 

Bothwell and Moravian Town 

Boucks Hill and Froataburn 

I '01 liter- and ( 'oinbermere 

Boulter and L'Amable 

Bourdeau and Sprucedale 



do do 

Bourdeau and Whitehall. 



Ruddy 

Ferguson .... 

Renshaw 

. Blair 

J. Peters .... 

A. Allen 

Church 

J. Minnis. . . . 

C. Dexter. . . 
A. Breeze. . . . 

M. Burk 

McKenny 

A. Rutherford 



W. R. Lawton . 
W. E. Bateman 

R. Tyner 



Q 



A. B. Saylor.. 

J. Hicks'. 

W.Woods.... 
J. Gardner. . . 
L. H. Shane.. 

W. Ogle 

H. P. Jeffrey. 
H. Workman. 
W. H. Bottum 

T. Meraw 

W. D. Rorke. 
H. Acheson . . . 
G. Leonhardt. . . 
A. McDonald . . . 
A. Chartrand . . . 

J. Beatty 

J. G. Hollis .... 
P. M. McBrayne 
A. McArthur. . . 
J. G. Armstrong 

W. Goolding 

W. Lapoint 

J. Lynch 

E. T. Lumb 

W. H. Rhamey. . 

do 
do 



Bowesville and Elailway Station. .. . I*. Nelligan 
Bowling Green and Laurel Elailway 

Station .|R, Banks 

Bowmanville and Caesarea I. H. McCrea... 

Bowmanville and Courtice C. W. Lent. . . 

Bowmanvillfl and Tyrone .1. Moor 



Braoebridge and Praserburg., 
Braoebridge and Muakol a I allc 
I'.i aw bi idge and Poinl Kaye 



Braoebridge and Elailway station 

do do 

Braoebridge and Wharf 

Braoebridge and Ziska 

Brackenrig and Porl ( larling 



T. Clark 

A. R. Cameron., 
C. Kaye 



F. Sander . 
R. I\ Perry 
F. Sander 
.1. Killen. . 

F. .1. I >-a\ ids. >i 



Bradford and Newton Elobinson. . . . J. McDermott.. 
Bradford and Elailway Station I d<> 



10 

4 
10 



l(f 



13 



13 



22 
22 

7 

6 

6 

4 

3 

4 
14 

3 

6 
9 

4 
4 

18 
22} 

(I 

-U 
4?, 



o 

19 

7 
12 

3 
20 






24 
2 
6 
1 
3 
2 

12 
6 
6 

12 

3&G 

2 

6 

6 

1 

1 

12 
3&0 
3 
12 
24 
3 
6 
G 
6 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
fi 
2 
2 
3 
3 
2 

2 
2 



Period. 



12 months 

2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 



(to Nov. 19, 



(to June 30, '89) 
5 davs (to May 

5, "1889) 
26 days from do 
4 days (to Nov, 

4, 1889) 

26 days (to November 30, 

1881)) 

12 months 

3 

12 

12 

12 

3 

3 

12 

12 

9 

3 

it 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

!» 

12 

12 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do (from Jan. 1,'90) 

do do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 

do 

do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (from July 1, '89) 



(to Dec. 31, '89) 
(to June 30, '89) 
from do 



d( 

do 

do 

do 
do 



12 do 



Kklys. (to Nov 
16, 1889) .. 
from Mar. 1, '90 
14 days (to Feb. 

28,' IS! iff) .. 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Part of seasons 18S8-89 

and 1889-90 

12 months 

12 do 

Season 1889 

do 

do 

12 months 

12 do 



Amount. 



1G 



»4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



DETAIL of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &C. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



.radshaw and 1 irigden 

Iraeside and Railway Station 

rat' Lake and Uplands 

imley and Mail Catching Post. . . 

ipton and Huttonsville 

do do 

unpton and Nortonville 

'.ranipton and Railway Station. . . . 
Brandy Creek and Railway Station. 

Brantford and Harley 

Brantford and Langford 

Brantford and Mohawk, &c 

Brantford and Railway Station 

Brantford and Siincoe 

do do 

Brantford and Street Letter Boxes . 

do do 

Bray's Crossing and Ry. Crossing. . 
Breadalbane and Vankleek Hill. . . . 

Brechin and Dalrymple 

Brechin and Evansvale 

Brechin and Railway Station 

do do 

Brentwood and Railway Station . . . 

Breslau and Weissenburg 

Brewster and Parkhill 

Bridgewater and Flinton 

Bridgen and Railway Station 

Bright and Washington, &c 

Brighton and Campbellford 

do do 

Brighton and Lovett 

Brighton and Smithfield 

Brisbane and Coningsby 

Britannia Bay and Railway Station. 



Briton and Hammond 

Briton and Railway Station .... 

Brockville and Morristown, U.S 

Brockville and Railway Station 

do do 
Brockville and Sherwood Springs . . 
Brockville and Street Letter Boxes. 
Brockville and Westport 

Brockville— C. P. Ry. and G.T. Ry. 

Bronte and Railway Station 

Bronte Station and Palermo 

Brooke and Wemyss 

Brook field Station and Ry. Station. 

Brookholm and Owen Sound 

Brookholm and Shonldice 

do do 

Brooklin and Railway Station 

Brotherston and Newbridge 

do do 

Brougham and Markham 

Brougham and Whitby 

Brown Hill and Ravenshoe Station. 

Brucefield and Railway Station 

Bruce Mines and Cloudslee 

do do 

Bruce Mines and Cockburn Island . 

Bruce Mines and Desert 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



W. Bradshaw . . . 

J. Gillies 

W. J. Taylor.. . . 

J. Gordon 

C. Brooks 

J. Hyatt 

J. Norton 

A.J. Hood 

J. Wintermute. . 

R. Cavin 

W. Reed 

A. S. Beecham. . 
Hunt & Colter. . 
W. P. Croome.. 

A. Hiller 

A. D. Clement. . 
Hunt& Colter.. 

C. Bray 

C. Campbell.... 

E. Vickers 

S. Luck 

do 

M. O'Neil . . . . 
J. O'Connell.... 

A. Hoch 

S. Gratton 

R. E. Jones 

J. Armstrong. . . 

A. Gatzka 

P. Richards 

J. A. Robinson. . 

W. Bate 

0. Davies 

T. W. Burt 

C.Hand 



M. A. Alexander 

do 
D. H. Lyon .... 

J. Cavanagh 

W. Curry 

W. Kilmury . . . . 
J. McKenny. . . . 
R. W. & J. Cope- 
land.. 

J. Cavanagh .... 
J. S. McDonald. 

A. Coffee 

B. McKeracher.. 

M. Topp 

J. MiUs 

T. Skinner 

W. Doherty .... 

R. D. Hay 

M. Brothers 

W. Chapman.. . . 

S. G. Reeser 

J. Scott 

J. Brown 

W. Dixon 

N. McEwan. . 
R. S. McEwan . . 

C. Hendrickson. 



R. E. Miller 



17 



c 


■H 


il 


** 


m 


Z t- 


si 


ft 


'A 


5 


2 


^ 


12 


H 


1 


& 


12 


4 


3 


4 


6 


3 


3 


3 


12 


h 


6 


14 


6 


8 


6 


12&5 


3&6 


1 


54 


24 


6 


24 


6 


m 


12 


6 


12 


20 yds 


2 


5 


3 


9 


3 


64 


3 


1 


12 


1 


12 


8 


12 


8 


6 


16 


3 


11 


6 


r, 


12 


6&i 


6&12 


20 


6 


20 


6 


11 


6 


6 


4 


2 


i 

4 


12 


14 


3 


J 


6 


2 


6 


1 


14 


1 


18 


8 


1 


H 


as req. 


44 


6 


20 yds 


as req. 


H 


12 


3 


6 


2i 


2 


2 


6 


2 


3 


7 


1 


7 


1 


i 


12 


2 


2 


2 


2 


13 


6 


12 


6 


SOrods 


12 


* 


12 


5 


1 


5 


1 


42 


1 


16 


1 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do [to Feb. 28, *90) 
1 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1,'89) 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 
3 do from do 
3 do (to June 30, '89). 
9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

7 do 20 days (from 
Aug. 12, '89)... 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 3d. 's'.n. 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 
Part of seasons 'S8-S0 and 

1889-90 

12 months 



Amount. 



S its. 



66 00 


60 no 


66 oo 


.Ml 00 


so 66 


16 


50 oo 


100 00 


40 00 


364 00 


234 00 


270 00 


366 21 


636 75 


210 00 


78 00 


210 00 


10 00 


(JO 00 


170 00 


100 00 


22 50 


75 00 


53 50 


250 00 


149 00 


209 33 


86 00 


255 00 


288 00 


120 00 


48 75 


131 25 


40 00 


25 43 


45 00 


60 00 


325 00 


91 25 


211 29 


40 00 


100 00 


2,000 00 


370 00 


1-_T» 20 


190 00 


50 00 


50 00 


75 00 


12 50 


41 •_>:> 


70 00 


11 25 


31 29 


400 00 


400 00 


Mo 00 


137 72 


20 00 


20 00 


216 00 


124 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 






Bruce Mines and MacLennan 
Bruce Mines and Port Fin] ay . 



Bruce Mines and Railway Station. 

do do 

Bruce Mines and Rydal Bank 

Brudenell and Castile 

Brudenell and Emmett 

Brunner and Railway Station 

Brunswick and Railway Station.. . 

Brussels and Cran brook 

Brussels and Railway Station 

Bulger and Bulger's Corners 



Burford and Cathcart, &c 

do do 

Burgess Corners and Douglas 

do do 

Burgessville and Newark 

Burgessville and Oriel 

Burgessville and Railway Station 

Burk's Falls and Chetwynd 

Burk's Falls and Dunchurch 



Burk's Falls and Railway Station . 
do do 

Burlington and Port Nelson 

Burlington and Railway Station . . . 
Burlington Beach and Ry. Station. 

Burlington Station and Zimmerman 

Burnaby and Railway Station 

Burnbrae and Railway Station 

Burnbrae and Stanwood 

Burnley and Uastleton 

Burnstown and Springtown 

Burnt River and Rettie's Station... 
Burrittfl Rapids & North Montague 

Burye Green and Fell's Station 

Byng [nlet and French River. . . . 

Byng [nlet North and Parry Sound. 
Byroil and London " 

Cache Bay and Railway Station... . 

( lahore and Crysler 

Calabogie and High Falls 

Calabogie and Railvi ay Station .... 

' 'aider and Railw y Station 

Calderwood and Railway Station . 
Caldwell and Caledon. ' 

Caldwell's Mills and Ry. Station. . . 

( laledon and Railway Station 

' laledonia and ( layuga 

( laledonia and ( Jonboyville 

( laledonia and North Seneca 

( laledonia and Railway Stations. . . 

< laledonia and Six Nal ions 

( laledonia Springs and [/< Irignal. . . 

do do 
' II oil r and I- ulway St iifeian 
( lallander and Wisawasa 



C. Hendrickson 
do 



J. Hicks 



. Fleming . . . 
, R. Smyth.. 
Bennett .... 

Ring 

Attridge .... 
C. Patterson 

McNeil 

& S. Beattie. 
Gorman . 



R. French 

R. Cavin 

W. Whitelaw. 

J. Billedo 

J. Heath 

W. B. Somerville 
E. W. Burgess 
J. A. Rumohr 
D. McMillan.. 



R. H. Menzies . 
H. Varcoe .... 
W. Bamf ord . . . 

do 
J. Hughes .... 

C. F. Cartwright 
W. A. Kinnard. 
A. T. Donald . . . 
A. E. Loucks . . . 
E. Richardson... 

A. Wilson 

R. Moore 

J. A. Ormrod. . . 

J. Fell 

J. Lamondin. . . . 



do 
Charles 



Jessup 

S. Johnstone, 

Dillon 

Dillon 

( r. Jones 

Calder 

Patterson. . . . 

. Reid 

Patterson.. . . 

Wigg 

Arrell 

I >a\\ son 

M. Mullen. . . 

A. Beaver. . . . 

Lalonde 

Lacombe 

Steele 

Graham 



24J 

22 
2 

2 

6 

9 

134 

i 

5 



5&3 
5 
5 
5 

8 



2!' 



9 
2 
5 

Hi 
8 



7 

24 
25 

65 
6 



18 



U & 



12 

1 
1 
2 
6 
C 
6 
12 
3 

3&6 

3&6 
6 
6 
6 
3 
12 
1 
3 

12 
12 

6 

6 

12 

6 
3 
6 
2 
3 
3 
16 
1 
2 
l&ftly 

2 
6 

12 
3 
1 
(5 
2 
3 
H 
6 

18 
6 
2 
6 

36 
2 
3 
3 
6 
3 



Period. 



4 months 16 days (from 
Nov. 15, '89). 

1 do 6 days (to May 6, 
1889) 

1 do 5 days (to May 5, 

1889) 

26 days from do 



16 days (to Oct. 

16, 1889) 

(to June 30, '89). 
from do 
(to Dec. 31, '89).. 
from do 



10 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
6 

3 

9 

9 

3 

12 
12 
12 
12 

Part of seasons '88 
1889-90 

4 months (to July 31, '89) 

8 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

Part of seasons '88-89 and 

1889-90.. 
12 months 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



and 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Part of seasons 1888-89 & 

1889-90 

do do 
12 months 



6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 

Season 1889. 
12 months . . 
12 do ... 



Amount. 



Victoria. 




Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



( lambray and Lindsay 

Cameron and Railway Station 

Camerontown and Railway Station. 
Oamerontown and Summerstown. . . 

Camilla and Granger 

Camilla and Whittington 

Camlachie and Hillsborough 

do do 

CJampbell croft and Railway Station. 
Campbell's Cross, Cheltenham and 

Railway Station 

Campbellford and Godolphin 

Campbellford and Railway Station. 

Campbellville and Railway Station. 
Campbellville Station and Nassaga- 

weya 

Canipbellton and West Lome 

Campden and Rosedene 

( Eamperdown and Changing Post. . . 

Canfield and Railway Station 

Canboro, Canfield and Warner 

Canning and Paris Station 

Cannington and Pefferlaw 

Cannington and Railway Station. . . 

Cape Croker and Colpoy's Bay 

Cape Rich and Meaford 

Card en and Horncastle 

Cardinal and Hyndman 

Cardinal and Railway Station 

Cargill and Railway Station 

Carleton Place and Railway Station 
Carleton Place and Scotch Corners . 
Carleton West and Railway Station 

Carlingford and Sebringville 

Carluke and Hamilton 

Carlsruhe and Railway Crossing. . . . 

Canmmnock and Monkton 

Car]) and Elm 

do do 

Carrville and Sherwood 

Carsonby and North Gower 

Garswell and Railway Station 

Carthage and Tralee 

Cartier and Railway Station 

Oashion's Glen and Cornwall 

do do 

Cashtown and Creemore 

Cassehnan and Crysler 

Casselman and Railway Station . . 

do do .... 

Cassels and Railway Station 

Castleford and Railway Station. . . . 

do do 

Castlemore and Kleinburg Station. 
Cataract and Railway Station .... 
Cayuga, Deans and Railway Station 

Cayuga and Deans Station 

Cayuga and Gypsum Mines 

Cayuga and Kohler 

Cayuga and Upper ... 

Cecebe and Steamer 

Cedar Dale and Railway Station . . . 

Cedar Hill and Pakenham 

Centreton and Grafton 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



W. Jackson. . 
J. Bryson . . . 
E. Cameron 
A. Cameron . 
W. Dynes . . . 
T. Sanderson 

R. Blair 

C. L. Hill . . . 
A. Smith. . . . 



A. S. Campbell 
C. Aggett .... 
Mulharn & Lo 

gan 

S. R. Lister. . 



J. Easterbrook 
J. Martin . . . 
J. B. Grobb . . 
J. Barclay . . 
J. Switzer .... 
I. Swayze .... 
H. Oliver .... 
G. Newton . . . 
W. Cassidy. . . 

E. Cross 

R. Cox 

G. Sharp 

J. Hyndman . 
W. Stitt 

C. W. Keeling 
P. P. Salter . . 

D. Sinclair. . . 
J. Hayes .... 
R. Crawford . . 
W. Young . . . 

C. Lobsinger, . 
A. Campbell . . 
J. Gilchrist. . . 

W. Falls 

J. Coombs ... 

A. Eastman . 

D. Car swell . . 

B. Donegan . . 

C. Landers . . . 
J. J. Cashion . 

do 
W. Cotton .... 

B. Coriar . ... 

R. A. Castleman 
R. McLeod. . 
J. McDonald. 
J. Warnock . . 
J. B. Dickson. 
J. Hughill, jr. 
J. Howard.. . . 

J. Shipway. . . 
KWigg...... 

M. Thompson. 
J. Booker . . . 
J. Everets . . . 
W. A. Cowan. 
W. Coleman . 
S. Connery.. . . 

W.Roberts... 



9 

I 

200yds 
3 
6J 

? 

9 

70 ft. 



fc 



4&21rtl2&6 
5 2 



6l 
6 
4 rods 

6&2f 

ft 

10 

i 
15 
10 

4 
13 

1 



i 

8| 

131 

ll 

4 

3 

3 

2 

f 

2 

20 ft. 

13 

15 

2 

11 



8J 

2" 
200 yds 
14 r. t. 

2| 
ll 

i 

12 



12 
6 

G 
3 
3 

12 

12 

6& 3 

6 

6 

24 
2 
2 
2 
3 

14 

12 
36&42 
1 

12 
3 
6 

12 
2 
3 
3 
6 
3 
2 
3 

12 
3 
3 
6 
6 

12 

12 
3 
6 

12 
6 

12 
6 & 12 
6 
6 
3 
3 
3 

25 
2 
3 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '8! 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89.) 

11 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



I Cts. 

270 00 
120 00 
50 08 
96 00 
78 00 
7:. 00 
78 00 
70 00 
35 00 

339 00 

(58 00 

93 90 
50 00 

200 00 

190 00 

54 16 

10 00 

62 60 

197 16 

199 00 
300 00 

60 00 

200 00 
120 00 

50 00 

200 00 

73 00 

96 00 

401 50 

16 67 

50 00 

148 16 

400 00 

110 00 

(50 00 

18 75 

56 25 

80 00 

75 00 

53 (JO 

40 00 

10 00 

125 00 

145 00 

100 00 

197 00 

i; 25 

25 50 

150 72 

1(5 (57 

9 17 

250 00 

65 00 

230 00 

87 64 

115 00 

80 00 

145 00 

23 50 

125 00 

80 00 

1(53 00 



19 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &e. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Centralia, Crediton and Railway 

Station 

Centralia and Mooresvilie 

Centreville and Tain worth 

Chaff ey Locks and Elgin 

Chalk River and Railway Station. . 
Chandos and Coe Hill Mines 

Chantry and Philipsville 

do do . . 

Chapleau and Railway Station 

Chapman and Lost Channel 

Chapman and Stoco 

Chard and Pendleton 

Charing Cross and Doyles 

Charing Cross and Railway Station 
Charing Cross and Tilbury Centre . 

Charlinch and Novar 

Chatham and Dover South 

Chatham and Irwin . 

Chatham and Louisville 

Chatham and Railway Station 

Chatham and Street Letter Boxes . 

Chatham and Van Horn 

Chatham and Williams 

Chatsworth and Chesley 

( 'hatsuorth and Durham 

Chatsworth and Railway Station.. 

Chatsworth and Strathavon 

Chatsworth and Walter's Falls 

Chatterton and Foxboro 

do do 

Cheapside, Jarvis and Railway 

Station 

Cheddar and Gooderham 

Chelmsford and Railway Station. . . 

( Iheney and Kearney 

Chepstowe and Dunkeld Station. . . 

do do 

Cherry Valley and PointPetre.. . 

Cherry Valley and Salmon Point... 

( Jherrywood and Whitevale 



Chesley and Railway Station 

( !hesley and Scone 

do do 

( !hesterville and Connaught 

( !hesterville and Morewood 

Chesterville and Morrisburg 

Chesterville and Elailway station.. 
do do 

( Jhevalier and Stony Point 

( !h< \ iot and Riversdale 

( !hippewa and Niagara Falls. . . . 

do do 

( Ihiselhursl and I [enaall 

Christian Island and Lafontaine... 
Christina and Mount Brydges 

Churchill and LefrOV Station 

Churchville and Railway Stat ion . 

( lain ieu and Krinsville 

Clanhrassil and Elailway Station... 
( llandeboye and VVesI M<< rillix ray . 
< l.i i ♦ ti i. .nt and Railway Station 
' Haremonl and Btouffville 



J. Clark 

R. Handfield... 

S. Fleming 

M.Doyle. 

T. Field 

R. H. Wadding- 
ton 

A. Elliott 

W. Elliott 

T. A. Austin... 

A. Fluke 

A. Chapman 

W. J. Brown. . . 

M. Doyle 

J. Hunter . . . 
H. W. Howell.. 

L. Robinson 

G. W. Bourdeau 

T. Irwin 

H. J. Merritt.. 

J. R. Reid 

P. O. Flynn... 

J. Zink 

R. Williams... 
J. Edgar, jr. . . 
N. Mclntyre . . 

D. Rae 

A. F. D. Lee.. 

E. Wickham . . . 
S. P. Morden.. 
E. Mott 



W. Atkinson 
W. M. Patterson 
E. Belanger . . 
L. Perron ... 
C. Mullin.... 
J. T. Lacey. . 
A. Gibson. . . . 
J. M. Bentley 
M. R. Summer 
feldt 

T. R, Reed. . . . 

W. Graham . . . 
1). M. Halliday 
I'. Jordan. . 
II. Dillabough. 
.1. S. Marselis. . 
T. Johnston. . . 
H. S. Dunlop.. 

I ). Marion . . . 

A. McLean. . . . 
W. J. Sheppard 

J. C. Hull 

T. M unlock .... 

A. McCue 

T. Pearce 

J. Sloan 

T. A. Kogarty . . 
R.T. McDonnell 

• l . < lossar 

W. McRann.... 

K. I >erusha 

J. Sellers 

20 



s 


■r r ^. 


o 


h£ 


C x 


V* 


'£*£ 
Q* 


i- 




12 


6 


H 


6 


6 


2 


n 


12 


17 


1 


54 


6 


54 


6 


* 


12 


2 


3 


3 


3 


4 


2 


44 


2 


n 


12 


25 


3 


H 


2 


G 


6 


5 


2 


6 


3 


% 


36 


6f 


18 


6 


2 


9 


2 


23f 


3 


20 


6 


h 


24 


8 


3 


12i 


3 


34 


2 


Sh 


2 


10 


6 & 12 


19 


1 


& 


3 


5 


1 


2* 


6 


2h 


(i 


6 


1 


6 


2 


3i 


8 


| 


12 


U 


3 


u 


3 


5 


2 


s 


6 


184 


6 


| 


12 


\ 


12 


1 


12 


3 


2 


<; 


12 


6 


12 


4 


2 


7 


1 


4 


12 


24 


12 


4 


6 


4 


2 


2 


6 


74 


C 


1 


12 


19 r. t. 


6 . 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, ? 89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and extra trips). 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30. "8!)). 

11 do (from May 1, '89) 

G do (to Sept. 30, '89) . 

G do from do 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



6 

G 

12 do 
12 do 



do (to Sept, 30, '89.) 
do from do 



do 

do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89), 

do from do 

do 

do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89), 

do from do 

do (to.lnne30, '89), 



d< 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



(from Oct. 1, '89) 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1801 



Detail of nil payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued* 



Nam.' of Refute. 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



Clarence Creek and Thurso Railway 
Station 

do do do 

Clarence Creek and The Lake .... 

Clarke and Kendal 

Clarke and Railway Station 

Clarksburg and Heathcote 

Clarksburg and Thornbury Station 

do do do 

Clarksburg and Redwing 

Clarkson and Railway Station 

Clavering and Railway Station 

Clayton and Halpenny 

Clayton and Rosetta , 

Clayton and Tatlock 

Clear Creek and Cultus 

Cley and Juddhaven 

Cley and Penman's Island 

Cley and Ullswater 

Clifford and Huntingfield 

Clifford and Lakelet 

Clifford and Railway Station 

Clinton and Railway Station 

Clinton and Summerhill 

Clontarf and Foyinount 

Clover Hill and Cookstown 

Cloverport and Port Carling 

Cloyne and Denbigh 

Cloy ne and Harlowe 



do do 

Cloyne and Railway Station . ... 

Cloyne and Scon ten 

do do 

Cloyne and Snyder Depot 

Clyde and Railway Station 

Cobble Hill and Evelyn 

do do 

Cobden and Railway Station .... 
Cobden Station and Eganville . . . 
do do 



Coboconk and Fenelon Falls 

Coboconk and Lorneville 

Coboconk and Minden 

do do 

Cobourg and Harwood 

do do 

Cobourg and Roseneath 

Cobourg and Street Letter Boxes . . 

Coe Hill Mines and Faraday 

Coe Hill Mines and Glen Alda 

Coe Hill Mines and Railway Station 



Coe Hill Mines and The Ridge 
do do do 



Colborne and Dundonald 

Dolborne and Lakeport 

Colborne and Warkworth 

do do 

Coldwater and Eady 

Cold water and Lovering 

Coldwater and Moonstone 

Coldwater and Railway Station 



R. A. Roe 

F. Laflamme . . . 

S. ( hiellette 

S. .1. Morgan. . . 

J. Pethick 

S. C. Rowe 

S. C. Row^ 

W. T. Muller... 
J. L. G. Conklin 
W. W. Clarkson 

A. Bennett 

I. Halpenny .... 

G. McFarlane . . 

P. Guthrie 

E. Tansley 

R. Fullerton 

do 

do 

J. Gordon 

W.J. Halladay. 
K. M.Walton.. 
J. Cunningham. 
G. M. Kelty. .. 
H. R. McDonald 

H. Coleman 

M. Collins 

J Flake 

B. Clark 



A. M. Campbell. 
G. Deline 

D. A. Spencer . . 
G. Deline 

E. Babcock 

E. McNichol . . . 
M. Barber, jr. . . 
A. J. Kernohan. 

J.Ross 

C. W. Boland . . 
N. O'Shaugh- 

nessy 

C. Bowin 

A. Hume 

T. Leary 

W. Leary 

W. Welland.... 

T. O'Neill 

T. McCutcheon. 

W. Sykes .... 

G. Orr 

I. A. Rosebush . 

R. H. Wadding- 
ton 

T. McGregor . . . 

R. H. Wadding- 
ton 

G. Goodrich 

E. Redfearn 

T. S. Yeomans . . 

C. Richards .... 

J. F. Moffit .... 

S. Eplett 

J. Craig 

S. Eplett 

2 





&M 




X - 


I ;. 

9 


£* 


ATS 


O u 


|S 


*i 


A 


y< 


s 


6 


8 


6 


5 


2 


(} * 


6 


5* 


12 


5 


6 


n 


24 


i| 


24 


isl 


3 


H 


6 
12 


5 


1 


6 


2 


14 


3 


5 


2 


1 


7 


1 


2 


4 


1 


7 


2 


6 


6 


i 


12 


$ 


48 


n 


2 


8 


3 


24 


6 


4 


3 


28 


2 


12 


2 


13 


2 


13A 


6 


13 


6 


13 


6 


3 


2 


1 


6 


54 


2 


5{ 


2 


| 


12 


18 


12 


18 


12 


1(5 


3 


28 


6 


24 


6 


24 


6 


16 


6 


16 


6 


20 


6 


3 


12 


8 


1 


7*. 


1 


I 


12 


7 


1 


27£r.t 


1 


y 


6 


2h 


12 


16 


6 


16 


6 


3 


3 


6 


2 


6 


3 


1 


24 



Period. 



Amount. 



(to Sept. 30/89) 
from do 



3 months (to June 30, 
9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

() do 

6 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

7 do (from Sept. 1, 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

do 

Season 1889-90 

12 months 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Season 1889. 
12 months . 



do (to May 31, '89, 
and arrears), 
do from do 
do (from July 1, '89) 
do (to April 30, '89) 
do (to June 30, '89) 
do (to May 31, '89) 
do (from July 1/89) 
do (to Dec. 31, '89) 
do from do 

do 

do (toSept.30,'89) 

do from do 

do 

do (less fine) 

do (to June 30, '89) 

do from do 

do (to June 30/89) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to Oct. 31, '89 1 



12 do 

7 do (to Oct. 31, '89) 



do from do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30/89) 

do from do 

do (to Sept. 30/89) 

do 

do (from Oct. 1/89) 

do 



| cts. 

60 00 

168 75 

50 00 

181 52 

278 57 

188 oo 

62 00 

97 50 

217 00 

25 00 

60 00 

17 50 

100 00 

168 00 

05 00 

7 60 

11 80 
13 (JO 
75 00 

156 00 
100 00 
375 60 
50 00 
156 00 
126 12 

34 00 
410 00 

35 41 
104 16 
352 50 

36 66 
73 33 

5 83 
60 00 

37 11 

12 37 
50 00 

152 00 

50 
234 00 
973 00 
14:1 75 
525 no 
112 00 
300 00 
595 oo 

2o 

4ii 00 
;-;:, 00 

50 00 
23 33 

41 66 

135 00 
175 (to 
100 00 
300 00 

37 50 
100 00 

55 on 
200 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G. 



A. 18f 1 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Coleman and Railway Station 
do do do 

do do do ... . 

Collingwood and Gibraltar 

Collingwood and Railway Station . . 
Collingwood & Street Letter Boxes. 
Collin's Bay and Railway Station. . 
Collin's Inlet and Killarney 

Coljjoy's Bay and Wiarton 

Colwell and Railway Station 

Comber and Railway Station 

Comber and Windfall 

do do ' 

Combermere and Eganville 

Combermere and Maynooth 

do do 

Comet and Vereker 

Commanda and Loring 

Commanda and Restoule 

Connor and Palgrave Station 

Conroy and St. Paul's Station 

Consecon and Railway Station 

do do . . . . 

Cookstown and Railway Station.. . . 
Cook's Mills and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Cooksville and Railway Station. . . . 
Cookaville Station and Sheridan.. . . 
Cooksville Station and Sununervill 

Cooper and M adoc 

Cooper and The Flats 

Cooper's Falls and Lewisham 

( 'opetown and Orkney 

Copleston and Petrolea 

Copper Cliff and Sudbury 

( lorpetton and Railway Station. . . 

( lorinth and Railway Station 

Cornwall and Railway Station.... 

do do .... 

Cornwall and St. Andrews Weal . . 
Cornwall and Street Letter Boxes. 

do do 

( 'oinw.dl and Tayside 



. S. A. Coleman. 
. T. Gibson 



do 

J. Glenn 

D. Darroch 

J. Ferguson 

J. J. Losee 

D. DeLamoran 
diere 



L. Hyatt 

J. Campbell . . . 
! J. Kaufman . . . 

IT. Strang 

W. Owens 

M. Furlong 

Mrs. C. Grun . . 
J. Poff ..... .. 

D. Graveline . . 
'R. W. Brooks . 
I A. < ». Smith . . . 

J. Fleming 

'J. Grady . 

C. Weeks..... 
I J. G. Germain. 
H. Coleman. . . . 
,G. McDonald.. 



. C. E. Smith 

. C. R. Colwell.., 
. |W. H. Falconer 
e P. McLaughlin. 

. J. Best 

. \Y. Golway 

. W. J.Tryon.... 

D. Barnard. . . . 

. N. Henriod 



W. Gilfoy .... 
J. Corbett .... 

R. Evans 

A. Lalonde 

-I. Mc Far lane. . 
J. Rivier 



do do 

( iornwall ( lentre and M illeroches. 
do do 

ii'i Siding and Head Lake . . 
( 'orunna and liaiiu ay Station. . . , 

Corwhin and Nassagaweya 

"id and mora. 

< lot tesl< "■ and Norwood 

< loulson and Orillia 



. L>. McCfacken. . 

. I). McGillis 

ID. D. Mekna- 

cher 

I). J. Rivier 

I). McKay 

. \V. M. Myers. . . 
. W. Maxwell.... 
. II. .). Miller.... 

I*. McLaren 

J. McEachern. . . 

C. Griffin 

J. O'Connor 



do do 

( kmrl land and Porl Rov an 

( 'ourtland and Railway station. . . 
Courtright and St. Clair Branch 

Station 

Courtright and Erie and Huron 

Kailua\ Stat i-m 



W. Edgerton.. 

W. Smith 

do 



W. A. Cathcart. 
do 



Period. 



3 months (to June 30, '89) 

3 do 13 dys. (to Oct. 

13; '89) 

5 do 18 dys. from do . 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31/89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

1 do 5 days (to May 

5, '89) 

10 do 26 days (from do) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do •. 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
(J do from do 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 

11 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89, 

Less Hues) 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1801 



Details of all Payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



I 



Nam.' of Route. 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



Cowal and [ona Station. . 
Craigie Lea and Gregory 



do do 

Craigleith and Railway Station. . . . 

Cranbrook and Moncreiff 

Cranston and Railway Station 

Cranworth and Portland 

Crawford and Elmwood 

Credit Forks and Railway Station.. 

( Jreemore and Lavender 

Creemore and Railway Station 

( Jreasy and Picton 

( Sreaswell and Railway Station 

Crew and Dungannon 

Crieff and Pnshnch 

Crinan and West Lome 

Crofton and Rossmpre 

do do 

Crossland and Phelpston 

do do 

Croton and Dawn Mills 

Crowland and Welland 

Cruiekshank and Owen Sound 

Crysler and Wales 

Cumberland and Railway Station . 
Currie's Crossing and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Curry Hill and River Beaudette.. . . 

Cashing and Little Rideau 

Cypress and Novar station 



Dacre and Esnionde 

Dacre and Griffith 

Dacre and Kenfrew 

do do 

Dale and Ross Mount 

Dalkeith and Glen Robertson 

Dalston and Orillia 

D'Arcy and Howe Island 

Darrell and Railway Station 

Dartmoor and Sebright 

J )ashwood and Exeter 

Dashwuol and Parkhill 

Davenport and Fairbank 

Davenport and Railway Station.. . . 
Davenport— C. P. Railway & N. & 

N. W. Railway 

Davis' Mills and Pembroke 

1 >a\\ )i Mills and Dresden 

Day Mills and Thessalon 

I feyton Station and Sowerby 

Decewsville and Railway Station . . 

Deemerton and Mildinay 

Deerhurst and Gilford. 

Delaware and London 

cto do 

Delhi and Lynedoch, &c 

Delora and Railway Station 

Delnier and Tilsonburg 

Demorestville and Fish Lake 

do do 

Denbigh and Griffith 

Denbigh and Plevna 



G. McCallum. 

J. C. Walls... 



G. Croucher 

A. Fleming. . . . 

C. Dahms 

J. King 

R. Hart 

D. McRae 

G. G. Smith . . . 
R. W. Lackie.. 
A. Gillespie. 

C. Storms 

T. Pearn 

M. Shackleton . 
J. McDonald... 
A. Mclntyre. . . 
J. Martin. ..'..., 

J. Belnap 

J. Mahoney 

do 

L. Philips 

J. McQueen 

W. T. Barf ot.. 
S. E. Ouderkirk. 
J. Winser 

W.D.Smith.... 
M. C. Curry.... 

J. Little 

G. Poucher 



P. Curry 

T. Holmes. . . . 

C. Jamieson . . 

D. Brown lee . 
J. Lill ..... 
M. Robinson . . 
J. Harvie .... 

C. Sughrue. . . 

S. Duncan . 

A. Dunn 

W.Reynolds.. 
.1. S. Witzel.. 

D. McComb . . 
W. Rowntree. 

G.T. Railway Co 



R. Davis 

L. Philips 

W. J. Harris, jun 

G. Hendry 

J. Heaton 

A. Knenemann.. 

R. Baynes 

J. Charles 

F. Blasdale 

J. Powell 

M. O'Connor 

J. H. Young.. . . 
W. Robinson . . . 

W. Baker 

W. H. Blakley. . 

G. & P. Stein 
(legal rep. ) ' 

23 






i 

19 

5 

3 

4| 

9 

9 

5 
15 

8 

4 

6 
23 

2i 



D 

■ih 

2" 

6 

20 
22 

22 

4 
8 

40 r. t. 
6 

20rods 
4 

81 

10* 

2| 

50 yds 

50 yds 



8 

4 

15 

6 
300 yd 

2h 

4* 
12 
12 

5 

4 

4" 
4 
12 

23 



x t 

z u 
6 I 



2 

2 s, lw 

2 s, lw 
G 
1 
6 
1 
3 

12 
3 

12 
3 

12 
1 
6 
2 
6 
6 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
(5 

12 

6 
3 
G 
3 

2 
2 
3 
3 
2 
G 
6 
2 
6 
3 
(i 
6 
6 
12 

12 

1 
G 
2 
2 
12 
6 
3 
G 
6 
5& 12 
G 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months 

Part of Seasons 1888-89 cV 

1889 90 

Bal. of Season 1889-90. . . 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



3 12 
2 ! 3 
2 9 
1 12 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 



3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

9 do (to Dec. 31,' 89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (to July 31, '89), 



do 

do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

do from do 

do (to Oct. 31, '89).. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do (from Sept. 1, '89) 

do 

do 

do 



do (28 days, to July 

28, r 89) 

do 

do 

do (to Feb. 28, '90).. 

do (from Feb. 1, '90) 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89) 

do from do 

do 



2 12 do 



§ eta. 

79 00 

65 00 
43 75 

4K 00 
27 00 

140 00 
25 00 

150 00 

74 10 
135 00 

9G 00 

300 00 

30 00 

2G 00 

75 00 
75 00 
69 75 

20G 25 
56 25 

68 75 
87 00 
36 40 

100 00 
499 00 
150 00 

60 00 
100 00 
170 00 

20 66 

60 00 
200 00 
281 25 

93 75 

29 16 
196 00 
548 00 

60 00 

10 IMI 

69 no 
93 33 

439 00 
71 40 
20 00 



26 08 

45 00 

14S 00 

106 33 

15 16 

60 00 

90 00 

100 00 

62 50 

108 00 

149 00 

96 00 

115 00 

11 50 

37 11 

62 00 

250 00 



54 Victoria 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 






.VJ4 



6 g 



1 >enfield and Duncrieff 

Denfield and Railway Station 

Dereham Centre and Mount Elgin.. 

Derrynane and Kenilworth 

I >esboro' and Marmion 

Desert Lake and Sydenham 

Deux Rivieres and Railway Station 

I >ewe and Parry Sound 

1 texter and Sparta 

Diamond and Kinburn 

Dickinson and Railway Crossing. . . 

Dirleton and Fitzroy Harbour 

Dixon's Corners and Dundela 
Dixon *>> Corners and Pleasant Valley 
Dobbinton and Railway Station 
Dobbinton Railway Station and 

Williscroft ' 

Doe Lake and Spence 

1 >oe Lake and Utterson . . 

Dolsen and Railway Station 

Dominionville and Morrisonville . . . 

I )i >n and Toronto 

Donegal and Atwood Ry. Station. . 

I)^,]! and Railway Station 

Dorking and Newton 

1 >ouglas and G rattan 

Dovercourt and Yorkville 

Downey ville and Omemee 

Downsview and Railway Station.. . 

Drayton and < Hen Allan 

Drayton and Railway Station 

I Dresden ami Railway Station 

Drew and Railway Station 

Dromore and (Jreenside 

I >romore and I [olstein 

Druiribo and Railway Station 

Druniquin and Milton 

I hrysdale and Kippen 

Duart and Palmyra, &c 

Dublin and Farquhar 

Dublin and Railway Station 

Dufferin and Kingston -Mills 

Dufferin Bridge and Emsdale 

Dufferin Bridge and Waubamick. . . 
do do 

I )umblane and Paisley 

I hmbar and I S-rantley 

Dunbarton and Frenchman's Bay 

Station 

Dunbarton and Liverpool Market. . 

I hincan and 1 [eal hcote 

I (unchurch and < rlenila 

I »i:ii'l;ill and 1 [opeville 

I )iind;dk and K LngBCOte 

Dundalk and Mclntyre 

Dundalk and Maple Valley 

Dundalk and Railway Station 

I lundas and I laiiiilton 

I )undaa and Sheffield 

do do 

I tunkeld and Railway Station . . 
I tunmore and Spence a ( !oi tiers. . 
I >unnville and Railway Sta1 ion . 

I lunnville and Selkirk 

I >» 1 1 1 it \ -illc and Wellandport 



J. Hodgins 

J. Edwards 

W. Short 

J. Hayes 

R. M. Clements. 

W. Snook 

T. Legge 

J. Wright 

C. M. Pettit... 

D. McMillan. .. 
L. E. Wood 

J. Drummond . . 
J. E. Tuttle . . . . 

G. Gilmer. ...... 

J. Douglas 



B. Talbot 

M. Gilmour 

N. Hanes 

B. Daly 

R. Morrison .... 
A. Hogg 

A. Buchanan . . . 
J. H. Thompson 

B. Donegan. . . . 
M. B. McFarlane 
T. Handcock . . . 

B. Downey 

J. E. Clarke.... 

W. Stubbs 

H. Gordon 

D. Turnbull .... 
W. Cardwell.... 

R Legate 

J. Henderson. . . 
H. W. Burgess. . 
J. Mcintosh .... 
W. .T.Howard.. 
W. M.Curtis... 

J. Kay 

J. Myers 

S. Donaldson . . . 

W. Brooks 

T. W. Quinn.... 

W. Brooks 

J. McNeill 

J. C. Munro 



64 
rods 
3 

4 
11 

k 
11 
4* 

\ 
3 

71 

4 

10i 



44 3 

14 



W. Pizer 

do 

A. McKeown. . . 
W. McAnnnond. 

R. Scott 

I. Phelan 

N. I). McKinnon 

J. McKenzie 

I ;. \V. Parsons. . 

J. 1 lerriinan. . . . 

P. Humphrey. . . 
J. Moore... "... 
• I. I'.. Tschirhart 

L. Mi Intoniny. . 
M. ( 'nil. ton .'. . . 

\. Hidden 

L. Durham 

24 



is 



13 
7 
4* 

5i 

i 

10 



TiT 

2 

H 

i» 

&i 

r. t, 
10 

n 

4 

26 
26 

20 
5J 

5" 

I 
1 
5 

T\ 

!) 
12 
i:U 
12! 



14 I 
14A 1 



3 
12 
2 
2 
3 
1 
12 
1 
3 
3 
3 
o 

3 
3 
9 

&2 
2 
3 
1 
2 
(J 


(i 
2 



(3 

24 

24 

2 


12 

(3 

3 

& 12 



24 
3 
3 
1 
1 
3 
3 

13 

1 
2 
3 
2 

:; 

3 

24 



(i 

6 



3 
is 

(i 





Period. 



12 months . . 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do ... 
Season 1889. 
12 months . . 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do • • 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do ••• 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

L2 do 

12 do 

li do (to Sept. 3o, '89). 

do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do 

12 do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1S91 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continiu 



Name of Route. 



Dunrobin and South March 

Dunrobin and Woodlawn 

Duntroon and Maxwell 

Duntroon and Railway Station 
Durham and Flesherton Station . . . 

do do 
Durham and Railway Station 

do do 

1 hirham and Walkerton 

Ihvight and Huntsville 

1 Oyer's Bay and Lion's Head 

Eagle and West Lome 

Ealing and The Gore 

Eastman's Springs and Hawthorne. 

Eastman's Spring-sand Ry. Station. 

Eauclaire and Railway Station 

Eberts and Railway Station 

Edgar's Mills and Railway Station. 

Eden Mills and Guelph 

Eden Valley and Mam Post Road.. 

Edgeley and Thornhill Station 

Edmonton and Railway Station .. . . 

Egan Creek and L'Amable 

Eganville and Golden Lake 

do do 

Eganville and Pembroke . . . 

Egbert and Changing Post 

>n and Mount Forest 

Eglington and Toronto 

Egmondville and Seaforth 

Elcho and Smithville 

do do 

Elder and Rosemont 

Elder's Mills and Railway Station., 
do do 

Eldorado and Empey 

Elford and Essex Centre 

Elia and Railway Station 

Eli/.abethville and Port Hope 

Elliott and Manion 

Ellisville and Seeley's Bay 

Elmbank and Malton 

Elmvale and Gibson 

Ehnvale and Railway Station 



Elmwood and Malcolm 

Elmwood and Railway Station. . . . 

Elora and Inverhaugh 

Elora and Pentland 

Elora and C. V. Railway Station. . 
Elora and W. G. & B. Ry. Station. 
Elora and Salem 



Nilllie 

of 

Contract* >r. 



P. Orchard 

W. H. Wilson.. 
1). K. Preston.. 

• 1. Russell 

T. A. Harris.... 
J. H. Stuart 
B. F. Warner. . . 
H. J. Middaugh. 
G. Crittenden. . . 
G. F. Marsh. . . 
W. Channon .. . . 

J. Martin 

P. Ackland 

S. Minions 



R. J. Kyle 

W. Mackey 

A. Robertson . . . 
E. Roadhouse. . . 
R. Middleton . . . 
E. Sanderson.. . . 

A. Winger 

W. Goulding . . . 

J. A. Smith 

S. Sunstrum, sen. 

do 
M. J. McCann .. 
E. A. Gibson — 

J. Hunter 

J. Hendrv 

D. Hay. 

H. Hunsburger.. 

E. Evans 

C. Conn. 

A. McKinnon . . 

D. Elder 

L. Empey 

I. Elford 

S. T. Brooks.... 

T. Roberts 

J. DeWitt .... 
J. MacMillan, jr 

J. Sanders 

,1. P. Dean . ... 
G. Hart 



8.| 



IS r. t. 

4 

14 

i 
14 
14 

ft 

J 
13j 
16 

4i 
3 

n 

h 
I 

10 yds 



Elsinore and French Bay IH. 

Emberson and Port Sydney H. 

Embro and Harrington, &c W, 

Emery and Railway Station T. 

Emmett and Wilno J. 

Emsdale and Fern Glen C 

Hinsdale and Railway Station |.T. 

Rntield and Oshawa W 

Funis and Loretto ! J. 

Knnismore and Frankhill jC. 

Ennismore and King's Wharf -1 . 

Enterprise and Trafford M. 



B. Kerr 

Haller 

Ariss 

S. Frey 

Biggar 

Salvidge . . . . 
R. Wissler... 

Shannon 

Farnsworth . 
. Vannatter . . 

Watson 

T. O'Gradv . . 
H. Elliott . . . 
W. McDonald 
. J. Fisher . . . 

O'Leary 

Lowes 

C. Learv 

Whelan 



hi 

u 

. fa 

2 | 
% ~ 



Period. 



3 
3 

ti 

12 

6 

6 

12 

1:.' 
G 
2 
2 

12 
3 
3 

12 



12 

ti 
G 
3 
6 
(i 
2 
2 
2 
3 
G 
3 
G 
G 
2 
2 
2 
6 
G 
1 
1 
G 
6 
2 
2 
6 
3 
6 

3 

12 

2 

2 

12 

36 

G 
1 

1 

3&G 
li 
1 
2 
12 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

G do 10 days (to Oct. 

10, '8!>) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 d> 

8 do (to Nov. 30, '89). 

4 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

G do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

3 do 12 days (from Dec 

20,' '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



f cts. 

L50 <"» 

so 00 

390 00 

L56 18 

220 50 

90 00 

4:, 01 > 

15 00 

2! 1 7 <»o 

195 ou 

273 00 

loo :.:•; 

GO 00 

84 35 
40 5G 
40 00 
21 ou 
40 00 

288 00 
50 00 

125 20 
30 00 
52 00 
72 00 
87 00 

329 oo 
75 00 

300 00 

270 00 
80 00 
78 00 
17 37 
ss ou 
33 33 
20 00 
30 00 
50 00 
75 00 

490 00 
50 00 
55 00 

367 oo 
74 00 

8 70 
.V.) oo 
50 00 
60 ou 

llll OI» 
7:. OO 

137 48 

4 

40 no 
! 

342 84 
50 00 
50 00 
sn on 
02 4S 

124 80 
50 in) 
60 00 

100 00 

4:. I'll 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Enterprise and Verona 

Enterprise and Wilkinson 

Epping and Flesherton 

Epping and Meaford 

Erbsville and Waterloo 

Erie and Jarvis 

Erin and Guelph 

Erin and Railway Station 

Erinsville and Napanee 

Erskine and Markdale 

do do 

Eskdale and Tiverton 

do do ... 

Essex Centre and Gesto 

Essex Centre and Leamington 

Essex Centre and Railway Station . 

Ethel and Railway Station 

Ettrick, Ilderton and Ry. Station 

do do 
Evelyn and London 

do do 

Everett and Railway Station .... 

Exeter and Kirkton 

Exeter and Railway Station. ... 

Exeter and St. Mary's 

Exeter and Sarepta 



Fairfield East and Railway Station 

Fair Valley and Warminster 

Fairview and Stratford 

Falkenburg and Mail Catching I'ost 
Falkenburg and Port Carling. . . . 

Falkenburg and Ullswater 

Falkland and Paris 

Farewell and Kenilworth 

Farewell and Wagram 

Fargo and Lundy 



Fargo and Railway Station 

Farquhar and Luinley 

Farran'a Point. Osnabruck Centre 
and Railway Station 

do do 

Fawkham and Mail Catching Post. 

Fawn and Mail Catching Post 

Felton and Russell 

Fenaghvale and St. Amour 

Fenelon Falls and Railway Station. 

Fergus and Living Springs 

Fergus and Railway Stations... . 
Fergus Shiloh 

"us Kails and Perth 

Fernhill and Poplar Hill 

'•in and Railway Station .... 

Iiam and Flesherton 

do do 

ii.nii :iinl Lady Bank 

Fingal and Port Talbot 

Fingal and St. Thomas. .' 

Fingal. Shedden and Etj . Station 

Fingerboard and Sonya 

Fish ( 'reek and I Sranton 

Fishen ille and Nellee ( lorners, & c. 

Fleetwood and Franklin 

Flesherton and Railway Station . . . 



X.,T.&Q.Ry.Co 

C. Lockwood . . . 
G. Mathewson . . 

W. J. Cann 

J. Simmermach'r 

A. Finch 

W. Moore 

R. Wood 

J. Grange . . . . 

J. Lougheed 

J. E. Guy 

E. G. Greer ... 

G. H. Ord 

R. Hamilton. . . . 

C. Wigle 

T. Rush 

W. Spence 

J. H. McRae... 

J. Little 

M. Barber, jun. . 
A. J. Kernohan. 
W. M. Lockhart 
W. Carlev . . . 

C. Snell 

D. Spicer .... 
W. Reynolds 



10 



15i 
14" 

5 

5 
20 

1 
21 

6 

6 

5 

5 

22 






6 

2 
li 

1 
2 
(» 
12 

<; 

2 
2 
3 
3 
6 
12 
IS 
6 

6<M,3&12 
6& i!3&12 



A. C. Johns 

R. C. Hipwell . . 

W. Bell 

M. Moore 

F. Foreman 

M. Moore ... . 
W. T. Walker. . 
W. L. Morrison. 

R. Irwin 

A. W. Palmer.. 



H. B. Lowe 
T. Pollen... 



D. Taro 

G. Kerr 

W. Carrick 

A. Gaudaur 

G York 

M. Poirier 

E. Lansfield .... 

F. J. Armstrong 
J. C. Morrow . . 
T. Hamilton. . . . 
T. Haley 

R. ( )wen . . 
Jancowski . . . 

Park 

Meldrum . . . 

Poole 

Brown 

Penwarden. . 

< 'lunch 

Mi >; isc 

W. Blatchford.. 

I. Orth 

W. Stacy 

I*. Munsliaw. . . . 

26 



13 
13 

A 
12 

1 
24i 

7 



J 

1 

16 

124 
3" 
6 
3 
3 

300 yds 
4* 



i &6 
1&6 

2 
i 

4" 

1 

6 

I 
13 
18 
4i 



3* 

2* 

5 

& '. 

2 



6 
6 

12 
6 

24 
6 
3 

3 
3 
3 

(i 
3 
3 
2 
6 
2 
2 

I 24 
2 

12&6 

12 & 6 

3 
2 
2 
12 
2 

12 & 3(5 
2 
6 
3 
12 
6 
6 
1 
3 
6 

G&12 
3 
2 

6& 12 

4 

24 



Period. 



7 months (to Oct. 31, '89) 



do 

do 

do (less fine) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

do f i om do 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

6 

6 

9 

3 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do , 

6 do (to Sept 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 
12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 
12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Part of Season 1889-90.. 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do 16 days (to Jan 

16, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 



2 do (to May 31, '89) 

10 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



vi Victoria. 



Sessional Papers I No. 16.) 



A. L891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, kc. — Continued. 



Name of Eloute. 



Flfslititon and Vandeleur 

Flesherton Ky. Stn. and Priceville. 
do do 

Fletcher and Railway Station 

Flinton and Madoc 

Florence and ( )akdale 

Florence and Rutherford 

do do 

Flown- Station and Railway Station 

Fonthill and North lVlhani 

Fordwich and Newbridge 

Fordwich and Railway Station 

Forest and Ravenswood 

Forest and Railway Station 

Forester's Falls and Ry. Crossing. . 
Forest\ ille and Railway Station . . . 
Formosa and Walkerton 

Fort Erie and Railway Stations.. . . 

Fort William and Railway Station, 
do do 

Fort William West and Railway 
Station 

Founder and Routhier 

Fowlers Corners and Peterboro'. . . . 

Foxmead and Railway Station 

Franconia and Perry Station 

Frank ford and Railway Station . . . 

Frankford and Stockdale 

do do 

Franklin and Railway Station 

Frank's Bay, North Bay and Stur- 
geon Falls 



Franktown and Railway Station. . . 
Frank ville and Railway Station.. . . 

Freeborn and Peffers Crossing 

Freeland and Webster's Corners. . . 

Freelton and Mountsberg 

Freeman and Railway Stations 

Frome and Railway Station 

Fullarton and Gourie 

Fuller and Thomasburg 

Fyfield and Teeswater 



Galbraith and Middleville 

Gait and Glen Morris 

do do 

Gait and Pushlinch 

Gait and Railway Stations 

Ganiebridge and Railway Station. . 
do do 

Gananoque and Brigade Camp 

Gananoque and Seeley's Bay 

Gananoque and Stave Island 

Gananoque and Street Letter Boxes 

Gananoque Station and G. T. Rail- 
way Station 

do do 

Gananoque and Wilstead 

Gananoque Station and Marble Rock 

Gananoque Station and Willets- 
hohne 

Garden River and Railway Station. 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



.1. Warling . . . 
.1. Watson. .. 

J. Cairns 

A. ( J. Robertson 

I J. E. . I ones 

A. Lourie 

J. Conbrough . . . 

S. Hubbard 

S. M. Lyon 

J. A. McQueen.. 
W. Chapman . . . 

R. Mahood 

P. McCallum... 

P. Smith 

G. Pettigrew. . . . 
H. C. Gifford . . . 
A. F. Schumac- 
her 

G. Lewis 

C. Mc Vicar 

J. Livingstone. . 

A. McLaren 

J. 0. Poirier.. . . 

A. Reid 

J. Hadden 

A. Clark 

J. Chapman .... 
H. S. Bowerman 
J. Chapman . . . 
J. Hadden 



H 

4 

4 

I 

19 

6 

6 
G 

10 

4i&8 

1 

9 

400yds 
17 

i 

8 
H 



J. McA. Smith.. 

W. Lightbody . . 
W. Dowsley 

T. Freeborn 

J. W. Preston . 
B. B. Johnson . . 
E. B. Freeman. . 
J. Arnold. 
W. H. Woodley. 

M. Mitts 

A. Gibson 



R. J. Penman . 

W. Colvin 

T. Scott 

J. McLean .... 
G. Hancock. . . 
S. McDougall . 
W. M. Stewart 

F. Birch 

W. Kenny 

B. Barber 

E. Keating. 



P. Reid 

B. Barber . . . 

N. Gardner. . 
B. S. Bradley 



T. B. Greenizan, 

W. R. Cunning 

ham 

27 



3.1 



6 

7 ! 

7 

200yds 
2 
2 
100 ft. 

15 w. 

20 s. 

n 

60 rds. 
1 
3i 

if 

3 

5 
64 



15 



q 

i I 



14 

"i" 

31 
4' 
% 

4 

1 



S 

6 
6 

12 
C» 
2 
3 
3 

12 

3 

2&6 

12 
3 

16 
6 

12 

6 

48 
12 
12 

12 
6 
2 
6 
6 

12 
3 
3 

12 



2 

12 
6 
6 
3 
3 
30 
6 
3 
2 
2 

2 

(i 

6 

3 

24 & (i 

12 

12 



Period. 



12 months 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

4 do (to July 31, '89). 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do (from May 1, '89) 
9 do (from July 1, '89) 

1 do (to June 30, '89) . 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, 

6 do from do 

12 do 



Amount. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

2 do (to May 31, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 
12 do 

3 do (to June 30, *89). 

9 do from do 

Special service 

12 months 

Special service 

12 months 



6 do (to Sept. 3o, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



8 do (to Nov, 30, 'S9i. 

12 do 



90 00 

50 00 

60 oo 

45 00 

17:> 00 

55 00 

25 00 

71 25 

15 00 

220 00 

159 72 

112 00 

100 00 

43 82 

534 58 

93 75 

24 00 
3G0 00 

G2 50 
183 75 

120 00 

189 00 
90 00 
37 50 

137 00 
78 00 
18 00 
22 50 
70 00 



70 00 
150 00 
239 00 

30 00 

3 33 

100 00 

93 90 
78 25 
57 00 
48 00 
60 00 

52 00 
167 25 

60 00 

53 75 
225 00 

28 7:. 

7:-! 50 

G 00 

145 00 

13 00 

156 50 

12 50 
12 50 

94 00 
60 00 

40 00 

78 50 



16- 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Garnet and Railway Station 

Garrison Road and Stevensville . . . 
Garry Owen, Johnson and Owen 

Sound . 

Gelert and Railway Station 

Gelert Station and Minden .... 

Georgetown and Railway Station . . 



Georgetown and Salmon ville 

Georgina Island and Sutton West. . 

German ia and Uffington Road 

Gilberts Mills and Picton 

Gilford and Railway Station 

Gilmour and Railway Station 

Gladstone and Harrietsville 

Glammis and Pinkerton Station 

Glammis and Willow Creek 

Glamorgan and Millbrook 

Glandine and Railway Station 

Glanford Station and Railway Sta- 
tion . . . . . 

Glanford Station and Sinclairville. . 

Glanmire and Millbridge 

Glan worth and Railway Station . . . 

Glastonbury and Kaladar 

Glen Annan and Railway Station . . 

Glenarm and Woodville 

Glenburnie and The Corners 

Glencairn and Railway Station .... 

Glencoe and Kilmartin 

Glencoe and Strathburne 

Glenoolin and Springfield 

Glendale and White Oak 

Glen Kden and Mount Forest 

Glen Farrow and Wingham 

Glen Huron and Railway Station . . 

Glen Major and Myrtle 

Glennieyer and Kinglake 

do do 

( rlenmeyer and Tilsonburg 

< Hen Millar and Trenton 

( rlenmore and Maitland 

( rlenoak and Longwood 

Glen Orchard and Redwood 

Glenrae and Railway Station 

< Hen Robertson and North Lancaster 
Glen Robertson and Railway Station 
Glen Robertson and Ste. Anne de 

Prescott 

(11. mi Ross and Railway Station., 

Glen Roy and Munro'e Mills 

( rlenshee and Lynedoch 

< rlen Small and Spencerville, . . . 

( Uenvale and Sharpton 

( roderich and Kintail 



T. Sullivan . . . 
J. O. Gilmour 



H. Lemon 

W. F. Ritchie . . 

D. J. Hartle 

McCollum & 

Watson 

J. H. Kerr 

C. Bigcanoe 

W. Stamp 

A. J. Ryckman. 

J. A. Plain 

J. Caverly 

L. McMurray. . . 
J. McKeeman . . 

G. Kidd 

K. Kennedy .... 

E. Pogue 



do do 

I Si del i'li and Lucknow 

< roderich and Railway Stal ion . 
Goldfield and South Finch 

< loldsmitb and Leamington 

do do . . . . 

Goldstone and Railway Station, 

I tooderham and K inmount 

ham unci I Irea 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



H. Clark 

J. R. Wilson . . . 
J. Summiss, jun. 

J. Turnbull 

A. A. Dunham. . 
A. Anderson. . . 
J. H. Pethick. . . 
W. Shurtleff.... 
W. Grieve 

D. B. Mclntyre. 

J. Smith 

S. T. Young.... 

C. Flawn 

C. Hunt........ 

W. Mackersie. . . 
J. Hamilton . . . . 

W. R. Derby... 

E. Gale 

H. Walmsley 

E. I rale 

0. Weston 

W. Covill 

L. J. Hixon 

J. Nixon 

A. Sutherland . . 

M. Besner 

M. Robinson . . . 



A. Pilon 

G. T. Iveson. . 

M. Munroe 

( ). Jones 

E. Ellis, jun.. 
G. D. Hann . . 
H. Toombs . . . 



M. Whitty . 
• I. Mullin... 
do . . 
M. McLean. 
<:. B. ReicT. 
X. Kimball. 
M. Waind. . 

!'. 'Train 

8. K.ttle.... 



II 

ft 



10 
10&13 



2i 

10 I 

20 ft. 
3 
9 

4* 
6 
2 



4 



22 



4 
2 
3 

5 
6 

f 

m 

3 
10 
3i 
9 



28 



3 

50 yds 
25 



20 yds 
4 

m 

3 

3 

14 

16i 

23 
1 

2h 
10 
10 

ii 

21 




O A 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

2 do (to May 31, '89).. 

10 do from do 

2 do (to May 31, '89).. 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889-90 

12 months* 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do 22 days (to Oct. 

22,*'89) 

5 do 9dys. (from do ) 

12 do ..." 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 
do (to Dec. 21, '89).. 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 






Na 



if Route. 



Goodstown and Richmond 

goodwood and Railway Station 

Gordon and Railway Station. . . 
Bore Hay and Kagawong 



Nairn- 

of 

Contractor. 



T. H. Mdls... 
M. Chapman. . 
J. C. Duff 
W. H. Baxter. 



( tore Bay and Little ( Jurrent H. May 

Gore Bay and Loin? Bay 



Gore Bay and Meldrum Bay 

t jore Hay and Perivale . . . . 

(tore Bay and Spanish River Station 



Goring and Rocklyn 

Bormley and Unionville 

Borrie and Railway Station 

Borrie and Seaforth 

Goulais Bay and Sault Ste. Marie. . 

Bowanstown and Kurtzville 

Bowanstown and Railway Station. . 

Bowanstown and Wallace 

Grafton and Railway Station 

Brand Valley and Monticello 

Grand Valley and Peepabun 

Grand Valley and Railway Station. 

Granton and Whalen 

do do 

ferassett Station and Michipicoten 

River 

Grassy's Corners and Smithville 

Road 

Gravenhurst atid Leg Lake 

Gravenhurst and Port Carling 

Gravenhurst and Railway Station. . 



do 



do 



do do 

Gravenhurst and Uffington 

Gravenhurst and Walker's Point. . . 
Gravenhurst and West Gravenhurst 
Greenbank and Blackwater Junct'n 

Green Bay and Little Current 

Greenfield and Railway Station. . . . 

Green Point and Picton 

Green River and Railway Station. . 
Green view and Monteagle Valley. . 

Grenfel and Railway Station 

Gresham and Paisley 

do do 

Griffith and Matawatchan 

Grimsby and Smithville 

Grimsby Park and Railway Station 
Giiinsthorpe and Providence Bay. . 

Grimston and Ready 

Groveton and Spencerville 

Guelph and Hamilton 

Guelph and Ponsonby 

Guelph and Shiloh 

Guelph and Street Letter Boxes.. . . 

Gunter and Railway Station 

Guthrie and Oro Station 

Hagersville and Railway Station. . . 

Hagersville and Springvale 

Hagersville, Selkirk and Ry. Stn. . . 
Haliburton and Kennaway 



16- 



G. W. Hodgkin 

son 

R, T. Hall . . . . 

do 

W. H. Baxter. . . 



J. Sparling.. . . . 

J. Lunan 

H. J. Besanson. 

S. Walsh 

A. McAuley... 
M. Mennear . . . 

H. Markle 

do 

G. Lumley 

H. Hills 

J. Loree 

S. McDonald... 

F. Millson 

J. H. Millson.. 



W. Spence. 



R. H. Walker. . . 
J. Paterson ...... 

W. K. Foreman. 
N. Ferran 

do 



do 

T. Fielding 

W.Walker 

W. McDivitt.... 

E. Dusty 

C. Skippen 

A. McDougall . . 
C. Reynolds .... 

F. Burgess 

J. Poff 

H. Parr 

R. Cruickshank. 
Treeford & Flack 
J. McGregor. . . . 
J. H. McCollom. 

N. Phelps 

S. Grimes 



R. Keys 

J. McAuley 

J. Herriman. . . . 
J. L. Halley.... 
T. Hamilton ... . 
J. D. Johnstone 
J. H. Gunter... 
D. Livingstone . 
J. Fleming.. 
J. Holbrook .... 

M. Hess 

J. E. Holmes. . . 



-: . 



12 

50&35 

10 
58 
17 
24&33 



4 
25 r.t 

28i 

26 

5 

3: 
1 
11 
& 
1 

15 

5 

55 

2 
11 
30 



11 
14 

2 

6i 
12 

1 
12 

li 

6 

2h 
20" 
20 
10 

8 

£ 

5 

4 

3 

31i 
12" 
154. 

5 

6 

3 
i 

4° 
14 
38 



i i 



1 
1 
1 

2 

2 
6 

12 
6 
1 
3 
6 
6 
7 
2 
2 

12 
2 
2 

ftnlv. 



Period, 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do 13 days (to I )ec. 

31, ''89) 

Part of season lSS8-'89... 

4 months (to July 31, '89) 
12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 
1 do 12 days (to Dec. 

31, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 



2 12 do 

1 12 do 

2 Season 1889- '90 
24 9 months (to Dec. 31, '89, 

less fine) 

12 5 do 21 days (to Dec. 

31, '89) 

36 3 do from do 

3 12 do 

1 Season 1889 

6 12 months 

6 12 do 

1 12 do 

24 12 do 

2 Season 1889 

12 12 months 

1 
2 
2 
2 
1 



Amount. 



9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

12 do 

j 9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

! 3 do from do 

12 do 



12 12 do . 

24 Special trips 

1 4 months (from Dec. 1 . '8! » | 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do (from July 1, '89) 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



do 



36 12 

12 do 
6 12 do 

1 ll2 do 



* Cts. 

to oo 

00 IK) 
50 (Ml 



40 00 
100 00 

25 00 

366 <t(i 

80 00 

380 00 

50 00 

380 00 

160 00 

520 00 

234 00 

100 00 

58 00 

100 00 

89 72 

110 00 

37 00 

39 00 

57 50 

52 50 

288 00 

35 00 

52 00 
156 00 

127 00 

20 20 

53 12 
194 00 

57 00 
140 00 
165 00 

70 00 
125 00 

67 00 
100 00 

37 50 

60 00 
120 00 

37 12 

54 08 
399 00 

32 50 

8 66 

:,o no 

48 00 

1,000 00 

260 no 

145 50 

2:. 

so 00 
48 (H> 

14« 

12 

313 00 
285 <»' 



29 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Haliburton and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

Halibnrton and Wicksteed 

Hull vi lie and Kemptville 

Hamilton and Lowville 

Hamilton and North Barton 

Hamilton and Railway Stations. . . . 

Hamilton and Stony Creek 

Hamilton and Street Letter Boxes.. 

Hampton and Solina 

Hanover and Railway Station 

do do 

Harkaway and Markdale 

Harley and Hatchley Station 

Harley and New Durham 

Harlock and Seaforth 

Harrisburg and Troy 

Harrisburg and Weir 

1 [arriston and Railway Stations — 

Hartford and Waterford 

Hartsmere and Hermon 

Harwich and Railway Station 

Havelock and Railway Station 

I [avelock and Tilton 

Hawkesville and Macton 

Hawkstone and Railway Station. . . 
Hawtrey and Northfield Centre, &c. 

I lawtrey and Railway Station 

Hay and Railway Station 

Hay Bay and Napanee 

do do 

Hayburn and Parma 

Hayesland and Mill Grove 

Haysville and New Hamburg 

I [azeldean and Stittsville 

1 [eather and Walkers 

Hendrick and Mount Brydgcs 

Hendrick and Strathroy 

I [enfryn and Railway Station 

1 [enry and L'Orignal 

do do 

Bensall and Railway Station 

I [ensall and Rodgerville 

do do 

II. DsalL Zurich and Kail way Station 
Hepworth and Railway Station. . . . 
Bere^ aid and Railway Stat ion . . . 

do do . . . . 

Hewitt and Marsh ville Station 

II iawatha and Peterboro' 

I I ickson and Railway Station 

Bighgate and bail way Station 

ite ami Turin 

1 1 illi'-i and Railway Station 

Billierand RoBehajl 

I I illinan and Leamington 

I I illsburgh and Railway Stat ion.. 

urgh Stat ion and' Maraville. . 
Hillsdali and Hobart 

do do 

Hillsdale and Moonstone 

1 1 inch and Newburgh 

1 1 intonburg and Bdechanicsville . . . 

do do .... 



J. F. Young 

1 J. Dover 

ID. H. Anderson 
J. Dickinson.. . . 

T. Langton 

| A. W. Swazie... 
G. Armstrong.. 

G. Gibbons 

J. Brundle 

E. B. Crydennan 

W. Reid 

R. Pace 

J. Logan 

B. Powell 

R. Cavin 

T. Neilans 

M. O'Riley 

W.O.Williamson 

C. H. Ward.... 

D. Kitchen 

J. Bremner 

J. O'Brien 

A. V. Fuller.... 

M. J. Peters 

J. McCormick, jr 

W. Hodges 

J. W. Hainer. . . 

C. J. Treffry. . . . 

A. Walper 

B. N. Woodcock 
N. Woodcock . . . 

E. Loyst 

E. Young 

R. Blatchford. . . 
A. Abbott 

D. Mclntyre 

T. Pearce 

P. Riley 

J. H. Thomson.. 

.1. Tessier 

S. Buchan 

J. Sutherland. . . 
H. Doan 

do 

T. Murdock ... 

T. Kemp 

I ). Brown 

• I. Banna 

J. I». Hewitt... 
0. A. Cragg.... 

L. Elsley 

I). Teetzel. ... 

do 

I \. Palmer .... 
R. McCartney.. 
R. Manery 

• I. < 'armicnael. . . 

•I. Hanna 

K. Kennedy.... 

do ... 

C. Waugh 

I>. Lewis 

1 1. Lapointe. . . . 
N. Sariole 



0> 



1(1 
13 
19 

i li 



2* 



50 



30 






12 

12 

1 

3 

6 

6 

618 30 

6 

asrq. 

3 

12 

12 

1 

2 

6 

3 

6 

3 

12&36 

6 

2 

6 

8 

3 

6 

12 

0&12 

12 

12 

2 

2 

3 

6 

6 

3 

2 

1 

1 

6 

3 

3 

12 



(5 

12 

12 

(I 

6 

<; 

2 

12 

12 

3 

12 

3 

2 

(i 

(i 

3 

3 
3 
2 
3 
3 



Period. 



4 months (to July 31, '8< 

8 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1? do 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '89) 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 

7 do (to Nov. 30, '89). 
12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 
9 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 3d, »89). 

3 do (from .Ian. 1, '90). 

(i do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

12 do 

18 days (to April 18, '89.) 

1 month 12 ays (to Mav 
31, ; 89) 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



>!TAiLofal] payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Hintonburg and Mechanicsville, 



M. Dealy 

R. Colwell 

-I. Bruce 

.). T. Kelly 

C. Price 

W. Luck 

A. Knox 

do 

G. Pollock 

T. Stephenson . 

s. Seaman 

J. Roseman 

J. Ostic 

G. A. Hutchins 
W. Maguay 



Hoath Head and ( >wen Sound 

Hockley and Mono ( Jentre 

Holland Centre and Lily Oak 

do d<t 

Holland ('.ntrc and Ry. Station. .. 
Holland Landing and Ry. Station . 
Holmesville and Porter's Hill ..... 
Holmesville and Railway Station .. 

Holstein and Mnrdock 

Holstein and Nenagh 

Holstcin and Railway Station 

Holt and .Mount Albert 

HoiHvwood and Homing's Mills. . . 

Hoodstown and Huntsville 

Hopetown and Lanark. 

Hopetown and White 

Hopeville and Swinton Park 

Homing's Mills and Shelburne Stn. . 

Bousey s Rapids and Washago 

Howe Island and Kingston 

do do 

Howe Island and Pitt's Ferry 

[lumber and Weston 

Humber Bay and Railway Station . 
Huniberstone and Railway Station . 

do do 

Huntsville and Railway Station.. . . 
Hurtubise and Railway Station. . . . 
Huston and Moorefield Ry. Station. 

Huston and Trecastle 

Hyde Park Corners and Ry. Station 

Indian River and Railway Station.. 
Indian River Station and Railway 

Station 

Ingersoll and Lakeside 

do do 

Ingersoll and Peebles 

[ngersoll and Port Burwell 

Ingersoll and Railway Station 

[ngersoll and Street Letter Boxes. . 
do do 

Inglewood and Railway Station 

lnkernian and Iroquois 

Innerkip and Railway Station 

Innisril and Stroud 

do do 

International Bridge and Railway 

Station . . , 

Inverhuion and Tiverton 

do do 

Ihvermay and Railway Station .... 

Inwood and Railway Station 

lona and Railway Station 

Irena and Rowena 

Irish Creek Railway Station and 

Merrick ville 

Ironbridge and Thompson 

Islington and Railway Station 

Ivy and Thornton 

Ivy Lea and Lansdown 

Jackfish Bay and Railway Station.. |S. A. Eakins. . 



Name 
Of 

( lontractor. 




\V. J. White. 



R. Jordan 

J. Martin 

J. Ostic 

S. C. Tyler 

J. O'Brien 

do 

do 

C. R. Dade 

W. T. Duck .... 

D. Stapf 

J. 0. Rose 

D. Kernaghan . 

E. N. Hurtubise 
R. Shera .... 
D. Callaway 
L. McNames 

M. Guerin . . . 



J. Duff.... 
W. Brock. . 
J. Judge . . . 
G. Corey. . 
E. Gray 
J. Shannon. 
W. McKini 
T. Moon . . . 
J. Graham . , 
A. Serviss . . 
G. Hotson . 
E. Taylor. 
G. Barclay. 



G. Graham 

H. Cameron. . . . 
D. McKenzie. . . 
A. Neelands. . . . 
T. M. Courtright 
W. Fletcher.... 
T. S. Carter .... 



D. Crozier, 

F. Baker.. 
T. Musson 
T. Brown. , 
T. Ivey . . 



i 

11 

4 

4 

1 

4 

3 
4 

1 

3 

(i 

!) 
7 
12 
4 
6 

16 

14J 

14 

4 

8 

150 yds 



16 
16 

32 

§ 
4 
4 

i 

23&17 

J 

3 
3 



3 
3 

I 

25 yds 
2 
3 



31 



Period. 



10 months (from June L, 

L889) 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 
9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

2 do (to Nov. 30, '89) . 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 
6 do (to June 30, '89). 
6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30. '89). 

9 do from do 



Amount. 



12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

6 12 do 

6 12 do 

2 12 do 

12 12 do 



| ets. 

29 17 
(io 00 

370 00 

10 00 

37 50 

llo 00 
75 12 
75 00 
50 00 

74 72 
234 00 

53 00 

125 00 

198 00 

120 00 

;:> 00 

55 00 

50 00 

170 00 

125 00 

126 72 
70 00 
50 00 

300 00 
78 45 

131 25 
43 75 

125 20 

5 00 

00 00 

96 00 

40 00 

80 00 

16 66 

237 50 

210 50 

75 00 

855 

112 68 

41 on 
168 75 

52 00 

356 92 

108 00 

28 75 

93 75 

150 00 

17 50 
#5 00 

156 50 

30 00 
125 00 

80 00 

300 00 
50 00 
93 90 

119 00 
55 00 

93 88 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Jaffa and Orwell 

Janetville and Pontypool 

do do 

Jar vis and Railway Stations. . 
Jefferson and King Station . . . 

do do 

Jelleyby and Railway Station. 

Jermyn and Lang 

Jocelyn and Marksville 

Jockvale and Manotick 

Jockvale and Ottawa 

Johnson's Mills and Zurich. . . 
• F< aits' Falls and Morton. . . 
Jordan and Pelhani Union 
Juddhaven and Port Carling. . 



Jura and Thedford 



Kagawong and Peri vale 

Katrine and Mall Catching Post. . . 

Katrine and Orange Valley 

Katrine and Sand Lake 

Kearney and Emsdale Station 

Kearney and Ravensworth 

do do 

Kearney and Sand Lake 

Keene and Railway Station 

do do 

Keith and Tupperville 

ECeldoo and Shelburne 

Kells and Powassan Station 

Kelso and Christie's Crossing 

Kemble and Wolsley 

Kemptville and Merrickville 

Kemptville and Railway Station. . . 

Kemptville and South Gower 

Kenilworth and Petherton 

Kenilworth and Railway Station. . . 

Kenmore and North Branch 

Kenneyyille and Mitchell Road 

Kent bridge and ThornelirFe 

Keswick and Roach's Point 

Khiva and Shipka 

Kilgorie and Whitfield 

Killidoe and Ruby 

Killamey, Little Current and Maui 

towaning 



Killean and Leslie Station 

Killyleagh and Thornton 

Kilmanagh and Mono Road Station. 

Kilmarnock and Smith's Falls 

Kilworl hy and ( Ihanging Post .... 

Kilworthy anil Sparrow Lake 

Kimball and Railway Station 

d" do 

Kimball and Seckerton 

d.. do 

Kimball and Wabuno 

do do 

Kincardine and Kintail 



Xame 

of 

Contractor. 



. Faunt 

Gillis 

Chambers . . 
A. Lea 
Harper . . . 
do 

Wing 

English 

Young . . . . 
Fermoyle . . 
Clothier 
Spencer . . , 

Scott 

N. Cosby., 
E. Judd . . . 



J. McCordic 



T. N. Pierce.... 
J. Mawhinney. . 

R. White 

J. Hunter 

A. J. O'Neil..., 
J. C. Harvey . . 

T. Switzel 

J. Hunter 

J. Frost 

R. Mclntyre . . 

R. Killins 

W. Brown 

H. Anderson. . . 

D. Smith 

J. Hearn 

C. W. Putnam. 
W. Dickinson . 
A. W. Tomkins 
M. Enright. . . . 
C. J. Gordon . . 
P. A. Harrison. 
J. Kenney. . . . 
G. B. Shaw .... 

J. Cake 

W. Holt, jun... 
J. Gallagher. . . 
J. Rankin 



3^ 






Riddlell & Mc- 
Laughlin .... 



Kincardine and Port Elgin 
do do 



A. Wilkinson. . . 

• I. links 

H. McTaggart. . 
W. (J. Halliday. 
I i. A. Lehman. . 

A. Wiancko ... 
.1. V. Shaw. ... 

B. ( rerow 

T. Johnston .... 

W. day 

T. ("apes 

S. Stephens 

Bayne & Macin- 

byre 

\. McDougall .. 

• I. Gentle 

32 



3 

29 r. t. 
29 r. t. 
1&| 
9* 
luf 
300 yds 
4 

12* 
5| 
15 
4 
3 
4 
14 



13 

14 

6 

14 

6 

7 
7 
8 

1 

8f 

5 8 
18 

1 
11 

3 
i 

4 

f 

3 

2 
4.1 



25&24 

1', 
3" 
3 
84 

ioo ft: 

4'. 



Period. 



1 

6 

1 

1 

3 

1 

1 

1 
12 

6 

2 

2 

1 



1 

G 
18 

3 

6 
12 

6 

2 

2 

6 

2 

2 

2 

* 

2 



12 months 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

8 do (to Nov. 30, '89). 

4 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Part of seasons '88-89 and 

'89-90 

12 months 



Amount. 



do (to July 31, '89) . 

do : 

do (to Jan. 31, '90)... 

do (from Feb. 1,'90). 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do (to Jan. 31, '90) . 

do (to June 30, '89) . 

do from do 

months 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



5 do 21 days (broken 

period) 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do 



(to Dec. 31, '89). 



12 
9 

3 do from do 
10 do (to Jan. 31, '90). 

2 do from do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

4 do (to Jan. 31, '90). 

6 do (from Oct., 1, '89) 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '89). 

7 do from do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16. 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, k<-. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

( Jontract »r. 



Kincardine and Railway Station. . . 

Kincardine and Walkerton 

King, Holly Park and Nobleton . . . 

King and Railway Station 

Kingarf and Kinloss 

Kinghurst and Mooresburg 

KingSOOurt and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

Kingsmill and Mapleton 

Kingsmill and Railway Station. . . . 

do do 

Kingston and Kingston Station. . . . 

Kingston and Newboro 5 

Kingston and Newburgh 

Kingston and Perth Road 

do do 

Kingston and Portsmouth 

Kingston and Street Letter Boxes. . 

Kingston and Wharf 

Kingston and Willetsholme 

Kingston Station and G. T. Railway 

Station 

do do 

do do 

Kingsville and Oxley 

Kingsville and Pelee Island 



Kinkora and Sebringville 

Kinloss and Lucknow 

Kinlough and Westford 

Kimnount and Mount Irwin 

Kinniount and Railway Station 

Kippen and Railway Station 

Kirkfield and Rohallion 

Kirkwall, Rockton and Valens 

Kleinburg and Railway Station 
Klock's Mills and Railway Station 

Knapdale and Newbury , 

Kolapore and Ravenna 

K< >sMith and Preston 



Lafontaine and Penetanguishene . . . 
do do 

Lake Charles and Oxenden 

Laketield and Lakehurst 

Lakefield and Railway Station 

Lake ( )pinicon and Perth Road .... 
Lake Tallon and Railway Station . . 

Lalonde and Plantagenet 

Lambeth and Raper 

Lambton Mills and Railway Station 
Lammermoor and Watson's Corners 

Lanark and Middleville 

Lanark and Perth 

Lanark and Watson's Corners 

Lancaster and Martintown 



do do 

Lancaster and South Lancaster . . 

Lang and Railway Station 

Langside and Lucknow 

Langstaff and Thornhill 

Langton and Marston 

Lansdown and Sand Bay 

Lansdown and Tilley 



.1. Harkin 

P. McColl 

D. O. Crossley. 
T. Harker. ... 

B. Moulton 

J. A. King 

J. Pelkev 

R. H. Nelson. . 
L. .Johnson 

C. Hazen 

J. (). Robertson. 
T. C. Wilson. . . . 

R. \V. Copeland, 

C. H. Finkle.... 

■ I. Stoness 

T. Miller 

T. C. Wilson. . . . 
B. McConville.. 

T. Morrisey 

N. F. Dariing. . . 



T. Hanley .. 
J. Summerby. 

T. Hanley . . . 

A Elliott 

H. T. Lid will. 



T. Fletcher 

J. Brownscomb.. 
A. W. Haldenby 
T. Peacock . ... 

J. Wilson 

R. Mollis 

T. Strachan. . . . 
J. Harper 

J. Cairns 

J. B. Klock 

J. McDonald 

G. Wilson .... 
H. Sohrt 



P. Brasseur 

do 

J. Davidson 
A. Johnston. . . . 

J. Cooper 

L. Johnson 

F. McDonald... 
W. H. McKay.. 

J. Howlett 

J. Lynn 

W. Gibson, jun.. 
C. G. Jackson . . 

R. Hogan 

J. McFarlane. . . 
J. Baggallay . . . 



1 3 



i 

28 

lo& 4y 

1 

4~ 

5i 



4 

40rods 
40rods 
2 
41 

27 
18 
18 

24 



D. R. McPherson 
W. Gillespie.... 

A. Colville 

F.Greer 

H. Home 

E. Long 

W. H. Fodey... 
H. Bradley I 

33 



16 

2 

2 

2 

10 

20 

12 
10 

7 
i 

i 

6 

15 rt.3 
11 



o 
5* 

m 

8 

5 

19 

i 

10 
100 yds 
5 
4 

I 

7 

12 

7 
12 

12 

1 



'Z i 
z r 



30 

6 

6 & 3 

C> 

2 

2 

3 

3 

I) 

12 

12 

6 

6 

6 

6 

6 

12 

25 



26 

26 

26 

3 

1 

3 

6 

2 

1 

12 

12 

1 

6&2 

12 

12 

1 

3 



Period. 



lL> months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

8 do (to Nov. 30, '80). 
4 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June, 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 

11 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

Special trip 

4 months (from Dec, 1, 

'89) 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

3 do (to Sept. 30, $9). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

6 do (less fine. See 

Water Service) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and extra trips) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do 16 days (to Mar. 

16, 1890) 

15 days from do 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount 



I ct>. 

300 00 

579 00 

368 00 

50 00 

60 00 

52 00 

26 00 

13 00 

163 i)( i 

lo 96 

32 88 

31 30 

1,094 00 

600 00 

36 41 

402 86 

225 00 

376 00 

25 

75 00 

6 00 
6 00 

17 00 
120 00 

241 16 

160 00 

200 00 

55 00 

35 00 

40 00 

100 16 

25 00 

195 00 

150 00 

10 00 

40 00 

65 00 

70 48 

55 24 

57 50 

40 00 

239 00 

107 10 

136 00 

20 00 

25 00 

48 00 

162 00 

4:. 00 

170 00 

64 00 

90 00 

316 25 
13 00 

125 00 
90 00 
90 00 
60 00 
44 12 

109 20 
30 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16. 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Larkin and Stoco 

La Salette and Railway Station 

Latimer and Wolf's Corners 

La \ ant and Plevna 

Lavant and Watson's Corners 

Lawrence Station and Ry. Station . . 
Leamington and Railway Station . . 
Leaskdale and Sunderland Station. 

Lebanon and Moorefield 

Lefroy and Railway Station 

Leinster and Roblin 

Leitrim and Railway Station 

Lemieux and Riceville 

Lemieux and South Cassehnan 

Lemonville and Stouffville 

Leskard and Newcastle 

Leskard and New Park 

Lettrr Kenny and Rockingham 

Lidcote and Railway Station 

Lily Lake and Manitowaning 

Lime Bank and Manotick Station . . 

Lime Lake and Marlbank 

Lindenwood and PresquTsle 

Lindsay and Midland Ry. Station.. 
Lindsay and Victoria Ry. Station. . 
Lindsay and Railway Station 



Lindsay and Street Letter Boxes. . . 

Lindsay and Sturgeon Point 

Linton and Lloydtown 

Linwood and St. Jacobs 

do do 

Lion's Head and Wiarton 

Lisbon and Wellesley 

Lisbum and Ripley 

Liagar and Trafalgar Station 

Lisl«- and Railway Station 

Li-tour] and Molesworth 

Listowol and <;. B. and L. E. Rail- 
way Station ... 

Listou.l, W., G. & B. Ry. Station. 

do do 

Little Britain and Railway Station. 

Little Britain and Valentia 

Little Current and IVfassey Station. 



ttle ( 'urrenl and Sheguindah . . 
btle Rapids and Thessalon 

1 1 lewood and IVnipo 

tchalsh and Ripley 

•oh < rarry, Maxvifie and Ry. St. n. 

>r\\ Winnoch and Ry. Station . . . . 
KjktOD and ( Vnt rev i 1 1 1 • Station.. . . 
•ndeeborough and I Jail way Stat ion 

"mIoh and London East 

mdon and London West 

>ndon and Lucan 



do do 

London and Nairn 

London and < )d<ll 

Loud. ,n ;uid ( '. P, Railwaj Station. 
London and L. II. & I',. Ry. Station 
London and M. ( '. Railway Station 



I), G. Larkin.. . . 

J. Gibbons 

B. S. Wartman.. 
W. P. Plotz 
A. Browning. . . 
A.Widdifield... 
L. Wigle. ... 

A. St. .John 

J. Sinclair 

J. G. Douse . . . . 

F. Paul 

H. Cowan 

A. Chesser 

do 

J. McConnochie. 
J. M. Jackson. . 

R. Fuller 

J. Gallagher . . . 

S. Duncan 

H. McLaughlin. 

F.Hardy 

J. Henderson . . . 
G.Shaw 

B. Gunigle 

H. Workman. . . 

do 

S. Byrne 

G. Crandell 

W. Rolling 

F. A. Baker.... 
P. Toole 

C. Williams 

P. Glebe 

D. Teskey 

W. J. Marshall. 
R. Wade 

E. Terry 



C. Hacking. 

do 
J. Shank. . . 
II. Wills.. . 
• I. Moffatt.. 
W. Peters . . 



W. O.ughill .... 

• i. B. Dobie 

W. II. May 

.1. McRitchie. . 
\. .1. Kennedy. . 
R. Storie 

I ). I loran, jun. . 

.1. Bell 

II. K.\ es 

•I. R. Gurd 

.1. Judge ( Execu 

trix) 

.1. W. Orme. .. 
D. Sells. 

'I'. Tonilinson. . . 
T. R. Parker... 
I [endrie A- Co. . . 
TheSheddenCo. 

( Limited) 



E 


tu 












^> 


a « 


^^ 


eBCw 


O s- 






.*< 




A 


2 





1 


h 


24 


1 


3 


23 


3 


13 


2 


5 


6 


% 


24 


13 


6 


8 


3 


h 


12 


i 


2 


9 


3 


(i.i 


1 


1 


3 


6 


10 


• 6 


4 


2 


6 


1 


i 

2 


2 


1 


1 


31 


3 


4 


3 


5 


1 


1 
1 


36 


12 


2 


48 


5 


18 


4 


1 


m 


6 


12 


(> 


12 


(J 


55 


3 


2 


2 


n 


2 


1 


(> 


1 


12 


11 


G 


1 


8 


1 


12 


i 


12 


2 


12 


:..', 


3 


26 


3 


s 


2 


3 


1 


3* 


2 


8J 


3 


11 & 1 


(5 


\ i 


I! 


§ 


10 


1 


24 


n 


12 


L64 


li 


11;. 1 , 


<; 


I 


3 


3 




<; 




24 


I 


12 




Amount. 



34 



months (to Dec. 31, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 
12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '89) 

7 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
6 do do 
6 do from do (less 

fine) 

12 do 

6 do (see water service) 

12 do 

G do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

G do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

5 do 21 days (broken 

period) 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

'.) do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 :lo from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do 19 days (from 
May 13, 1889.) 



6 1 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



London and Street Letter Boxes. . 
Longford Mills and Railway Station 

Longford Station and Rama 

Long Lake and Mountain Grove. . . 

Lonsdale and Marysville 

[/Original and Calumet Station.. . . 

Lorimer Lake and McKellar 

Lorneville and Railway Station. . . . 
Lowbanks and Boulton Ditch Cross- 
ing 

Lowville and Milton 

Luoan, McGillivray and Ry. Station 

Luoan and Railway Station 

Lucknow and Railway Station 

Lyn and Railway Station 

Lyndhurst and Seeley's Bay 

Lynn Valley and Railway Station. 
Lynnville and Railway Station. . . . 
McDonald's Corners and McLaren's 

Depot 

Mc( 'ready and Newbury 

McGregor and Railway Station. . . . 
McKenzie Lake and Maynooth. . . 

McLean and Mountain Grove 

Maberly and Railway Station 

do do 

Mackie's Station and Ry. Station. . 
Mackie's Station and Rapides des 

Joachims 

McLennan and Richards' Landing. 

Macville and Railway Station 

Madoe and Railway Station 

Madoc and Railway Station 

Madoc and Queensboro' 

Madoc and Tweed 

Magnetawan and Nipissing 

Magetawan and Seguin Falls 

Maidstone and Railway Station. . . . 

do do I. 

Malakoff and North Gower A, 

do do 

Mallorytown and Poole's Resort G. 

Mallorytown and Rockfield J. 

Mallorytown and Rockport J. 

do do I 

Mallorytown and Yonge's Mills B. 

Malone and Railway Station. . . . . C. 

Malta and Severn Bridge T. 

Malton and Sandhill S. 

Malvern and Scarboro' Junction. . . R. 
Manchester and Railway Station. . J. 

do do . . J. 

Mandamin and Vyner [T. 

Manilla and Junction S. 

Manitowaning and Providence Bay H, 

do do ..|j. 

Manotick and Railway Station. . . . T. 
Mansewood and Railway Station.. . I. 
Manvers Station and Ry. Station. . H 

Maple and Purpleville J. 

Maple and Railwav Station J. 

Maple Island and Whitestone IG. 

Maple Lake and Minden C. 

Maple Lodge and Railway Statical. G 



Name 

ol 
Contractor. 



M. O'Meara 

W. Thomson. . . . 
J. McPherson.. 

J. Bender 

• I . Whiteman. . . 
Lee & Seguin. . . 

F. I'-. Ferris 

C. Mori son 



I. Michener . . 
W. Griffith... 

J. Hodgins.. . . 

W. Porte 

W. Mellis.... 

J. Baird 

W. D. Witherell 
E. Edmunds . . 
W. Axfoid... 



S. Burns 

D. Ross 

F. A. Reaume . . 

J. Cannon 

D. C. McLean . . 

J. Morrow 

do 
J. Dunlap 



do 

M. MacLannan. 
J. Archdekin . . . 

R. S. Allt 

S. Barnum 

W. Wiggins . . . 

W. Hulin 

A.H.McLachlan 

H. Irwin 

T. Moran 



Halford 

Johnston 

do 
E. Andress . . 

Herbison 

Dickey 

do 

Burnham 
Thompson . . . 

White 

Scales 

Bell 

Amsbary 

Tennyson 

Carrick 

Harper .... 
McLaughlin . 
Robinson. . . 
McCorkill . . . 

Wooding 

McCullough . 

Rupert 

Hood 






h 

11 



4 
4 
5 
5 

121 

12| 

4 

12 
23fr.t. 

H 

5 

If 

34 
34 

3^ 
I 
i 

14 r. t. 

i 






Period. 



Montgomerv,sen. 5 
E. Melville'..; 20 



t. Windsor. 



35 



il 



12 
24 
6 
2 
3 
6 
1 
12 

6 
6 

is 
6 

30 
6 
6 

12 
(i 

6 

2 
12 
1 
1 
6 
6 
12 

3 

2 

6 

12 

12 

6 

6 

3 

3 

12 

12 

3 

3 

G&3 

2 

3 & 6 
6 
2 
3 
2 
6 
6 

12 

12 
3 

12 
2 
2 
i) 
6 
6 
6 

12 
1 
1 
3 



12 months 

12 do . . 

12 do . 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do . 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 ' do - 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '80). 

6 do from do 

12 do 



12 do 

Part Season 1889 

1 2 months 

112 do 

12 do 

112 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 

12 do 

|12 do 

8 do (to Nov. 30, '89, 

less fine) 

4 do from do 

3 do (to June 30. 89). 

9 do from do 



12 do 
12 do 



do (to Dec. 31, '89). 
do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30. '89). 

G do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



I cte. 

78 25 

40 00 
80 00 
84 00 

loo Oli 

313 00 
60 00 
60 00 

a 

200 00 
468 00 

41 i 95 
313 00 

62 60 

168 00 

25 00 

99 00 

23! » 00 
00 00 
50 08 
88 00 
52 00 
20 00 

40 00 
25 <)4 

180 00 
17 50 

55 00 
313 00 

62 60 
200 00 
208 00 
749 00 
288 00 

83 00 

41 20 
22 50 

56 25 
90 on 
80 00 

129 75 

62 00 

60 00 

39 00 

75 00 

321 00 

410 00 

27 00 

71 25 

150 00 

144 00 

189 50 

204 00 

62 60 

50 00 

39 11 

219 00 

136 00 

50 00 

>o 00 

ti< 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.] 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Mar and Red Bay 

Markdale and Railway Station .... 

Markdale and Traverston 

Markham and Railway Station. . . . 

Marksville and Tenby Bay 

Marlbank and Tamworth 

Marmora and Railway Station .... 

Marmora and Stirling 

Marshville and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

Massey Station and Railway Station 

Mattawa and Railway Station 

Maxville and Railway Station 

Maxville and Riceville 

Maynooth and Ormsby 

Meadowvale and Railway Station . . 

Meaford and Owen Sound 

do do 

Meaford and Railway Station 

Meaford and Walter's Falls 

Mecunoma and South River 

Mecunoma and Wattenwyl 

Melancthon and Railway Station . . 

Melbourne and Middlemiss 

Melbourne and Railway Station . . . 
Melissa and Mail Catching Post — 

Melr< «e and Read 

Melville Cross and Railway Station 

Merivale and Ottawa 

Merrickville and Railway Station. . 

Merritt and Varney 

Metcalfe and Ottawa 

Midland and Penitanguishene St'n. 
Midland and Railway Station 

Mild may and Railway Station 

Milford and Picton 

Milford and Point Traverse 

Millbank Station and Morningdale 

Mills 

Millbank Station and Morningdale 

Mills 

Millbridge and Railway Station .... 
MillbrooK and Street Letter Box. . . 
Millbrook and Mount Pleasant.... 
Millbrook and Railway Station.... 
Millerochee Station and Moulinette 
Millington and [J ptergrove Station. 

M ilton and Railway Stations 
Milv.-iton and Railway Station .... 
M iinosa and < Irn >n 

M indeinoya and Tehkummah 

Minesing and Russellton 

M inesing and IJailu ay Stat ion 

Mitchell and Kailu av Station 

Mitel. ell and Russeldale 

M itchell'a Bay and < tangah 

Mon a and I ' I ; t i 1 1 1 i • 1 « I 

Moltke an. I Nenstadt 

Moneymore and Rosliu 

Monckland and St rat hmore 

Mono < ''nt re and ( >rangeville 

Mono Mills and Mono Road Station 

do dO 



J. McFarlane . . . 
U. J. Mauley . . . 
T. Edward 

F. G. Percy .... 

B. P. Fuller .... 

W. Burley 

X. Mc Williams . 

do 

W. McOuet 

do 

D. G. McDonald 

E. J. Smith 

D. A. McArthur 
W. H. Metcalfe. 
W. H. Jarman. . 

C. W. Switzer.. 
Leavens & Barry 

M. Leavens 

M. Paul 

E. L. Campbell. 

W. Adams 

A. Egger 

I. Brown. . . .^. . 

J. Greaves . 

I.M. Cady 

H. Mason 

I. Ray 

H. Scott 

J. A. Hopper. . . 
M. Fitzgerald. . . 

J. Wilson 

R. L. Hornidge. 

J. Smith 

T. B. J. Glad- 
stone 

G. Herri nger . . . 
E. H. Thibault.. 
J. J. Vandusen . 



J. R. Ferguson., 



J. Lintick 

D. Hogan 

W. Williams.... 

J. McLean 

W. Vance . . 
S. Forsyth ... 
A. P. McDonald 

J. Mcintosh 

W. H. Dorland.. 

T. Cawthra 

1 1. ( 'owan 

\Y. II. Siss.ms . . 

.1. Young 

YV. YV. Kicks... 

• I. Cole 

A. P. Akins .... 
\Y. II. Dean.... 

Iv. Lang 

.1. Thompson . . 
I ). Mcintosh.. . . 

T. Sanderson . . 

I. \. Sharpe, . . . 

[JR. Allow, juii . . 



13 

8 
2h 
16 
Sh 

Sh 
20rods 

1 

4 

31 

20 
20 
i 

22 r. t. 
15 
3 
i 



24 r. t. 



10 
lOi 






2 

24 
2 &3 
24 

1 

6 

12 

6 

6 

1-2 

6 

12 

18 

6 

6 

12 

12 

12 

24 

2 

3 

2 

6 



12 

12 

6 

6 

3 

1.2 

2 

6 

C> 

24 

12 

6 

2 

12 

12 
C> 

6 
30 
12 
3 
12 
12 
3 
1 
3 

<; 

24 
6 

2 
3 
3 

1 

3 


6 

»; 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to Apr. 30, '89). 

11 do from do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do , 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do 12 days (to May 

12/1890) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 



Amount. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, Ac, — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Mono Road Station and Ry. Station 

Montrose and Port Robinson 

Moore and Railway Station 

Moorefield and Railway Station . . . 
Mouse Creek and Moulinette . ... 
Moose ( 'reek and Railway Station.. 
Moreuood and Railway Station . . . 

Morpeth and Thamesville 

Morrisburg and Waddinjrton, U.S. 
Morrisburg and West Winchester. . 
Mortimer's Point and Port Carling. 

Mossborough and Railway Station . 

Motherwell and St. Mary's 

Mountain and Vancamp 

Mountain Grove and Ry. Station . . 
Mount Albert and Railway Station 
Mount Albion and Ryinal Station.. 
Mount Forest and Railway Station. 

Mount Horeb and Reaboro' 

Mount Sherwood and Ottawa 

Mulgrave and Ridgeway 

Mull and Railway Station 

Muncey and Railway Station . . . 
Murilla Station and Railway Station 
idurilla Station and Silver Mountain 

Murray and Railway Station 

do do 

Murvale Station and Railton 

do do 

Muskoka Mills & Penetanguishene . 

Musselburg and Poole 

Myrtle and Midland Station i . 



Nantye and Mail Catching Post. . . 
Napanee and Street Letter Boxes. . 
Napanee and Switzerville 

Xai'han and Plainfield 

Napier and Strathroy 

do do 

Nepigon and Railway Station 

Xetherby and Railway Station 

Xetherby and Welland 

Neustadt and Railway Station 

do do 

New l)oro' and Smith's Falls 

do do 

Newbury and Wardsville 

New Castle and Orono 

New Dublin and Railway Station. . 
New Edinburgh, Ottawa and Street 

Letter Boxes 

New Flos and Phelpston 

New Flos and Vanvlack 

Newholm and Port Sydney 

N'\\ Lowell and Railway Station. . 

Newmarket and Pine Orchard 

Newmarket and Railway Station . . 
do do 

Newmarket and Sutton West 

New Sarum and Railway Station . . 

Niagara and Niagara Falls 

Niagara and Railway Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Judge 

A. Welstead. . . . 

J. Morrison 

R. Shera 

T. D. Stark 

T. Dorey 

J. Cochrane 

R. S. Walters. . . 
W. J. Murphy.. 

J. S. Ross 

W. Mortimer . . . 

J. I. Hobson. . . . 
J. R. Pettapiece. 

R. Shaver 

A. McDonald . . 

J. Roseman 

H. H. Davis.... 
J. H. Coyne . . . 

W. Elliott 

A. Ardley 

A. Learn .... 

N. Watson 

A. McGregor. . . 

J. McLean 

McKenzie Bros., 
C. N. Sherriff... 

S. Homan 

J. O'Reilly 

do 

A. H. Campbell, 

jun ', 

W. Burgmann. . . 
W. R. Derby.... 



S. Spillett 

G. Bogart 

P. E. R. Miller.. 
J . D. Naphan. . . 

J. Wrinkle 

W. W. Bowlby.. 

N. Flanagan 

A. House 

J. McQueen .... 
L. P. Siegmann. 
W. T. Glendin- 

ning 

J. W. Preston . . 
do 

J. Wilson 

J. M. Jackson . . 
N. E. Brown . . . 



J. W. Proctor . . 
D. Gallagher. . . . 
J. Harvey .... 
D. Ferguson .... 

R. Paton 

C. Ganton 

J. Bogart 

T. Somerville... 
C. Newburn . . . 
G. W. Cloes.... 
W. .J. Sheppard. 
R. Warren 

37 



S . 

gj 

I — 



J 

h 
18 

15 
3 

17 

C 

I 
10 
3 
100 yds 
\ 

4 

5 
3 
4 

15 rds 

24 
1 
1 

4i 
4| 

20 



i 

l| 

6 

13 
11 
11 
\ 

I 
9 



24 
2T&29 
3 
5 
34 



li&f 

7 
6 
6 



■1-1 



15 






<; 

3 
12 
12 


12 

(i 
li 
6 
1 

12 

3 

6 

12 

12 

3 

12&24 

3 



3 

6 

12 

12 

3 

12 

12 

6 

G 

1 

6 
12 

6 

18 
3 
1 
6 
6 
6 
(i 
3 
12 

12 
6 

(i 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Part of seasons '8<S-s'.i and 

1889-90 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and arrears). .. . 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) . 

6 do from do 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

5 do (to Nov. 30, '89). 
9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 



do from do 



12 12 
6 12 
12 



2 do 

10 do from 
do 

do 
do 



(to May 31, '89).. 
do 



12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31. '89).. 

do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

do 



1 12 

12 12 do 

3 12 do 

24 !l do (to Dec. 31. '89). 

24 3 do from do 

6 12 do 

12 12 do 

6 12 do 

12 .12 do 



Amount. 



8 cts. 

11 od 

120 00 

60 on 

48 00 

493 oo 
50 00 

398 oo 
239 oo 

50 00 

450 oo 

20 00 

00 00 

150 00 

lo'.i 20 

20 00 

74 00 
96 oo 

104 31 
100 00 
325 00 

58 50 
50 00 
35 00 
175 00 
400 00 
80 24 
22 50 
60 00 
78 00 

208 00 
30 00 
60 00 

40 00 

75 00 
90 00 

49 12 
262 50 

87 50 
78 25 
15 00 
65 00 
75 00 

25 00 
95 50 

494 16 
149 oo 

155 00 
65 00 

160 00 

105 00 
42 50 
35 00 
24 00 

100 00 

89 26 

28 50 

892 oo 

l.Mi 50 

525 00 

60 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario. &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Niagara and Railway Station 

Niagara and St. Catharines 

do do 

Niagara Falls and Railway Station. 

do do 

Niagara Falls and Suspension 

Bridge, U.S 

Ni pissing and Powassan Station.. . 
Nipissing Junction and Railway 

Stations 

Nithburg and Stratford 

Nixon and Railway Station 

Nober and Railway Station 

Normandale and Vittoria 

North Augusta and Railway Station 

North Bay and Railway Station 

North Bruce and Queen Hill 

North Buxton and Railway Station 

Northcote and Renfrew 

North Gower and Osgoode Railway 

Station 

North Grower and Reeve Craig 

North Keppel and Owen Sound 

North Valley and Osnabruck Centre 
North Williamsburg and Strader's 

Hill 

Norval and Railway Station 

Norwich and Railway Station 

Norwood and Railway Station 

Norwood and Round Lake 

Norwood, Wark worth and Hastings 

Railway Station 

Noshoiising and Railway Station. . . 
Nottawa and Pretty River Valley. . 

Nottawa and Railway Station 

Novar and Railway Station 

Nbvar and Swindon 



Oakland and Windham Centre, &c. 

Oak Leaf and Soperton 

Oakville and Trafalgar 

Oakwood and Railway Station 

Odessa and Railway Station 

Odessa and Violet 

Ohsweken and Tuscarora 

Oil City and Railway Station 

oil City and Wheeler 

Oil Springs and Railway Station. . . 

do do 
Oldcastle and Railway Station 

< llinda and Rutheven 

do do 

< Hiver and Thorndale 

< Oliver's Ferry and Railway Station. 
Oliver's Ferry and Rideau ( 'entre. . 

Olivet and Rothsaj 

Omemee and Railway Stal ion 

< hnpah Stat ion and Ry. Stal ion.. , , 
( Ineida and Rail w aj Stal ion 

< mondaga and Railway Station .... 

Orangeville and Railway Station... 
• i ill'- and Vanatter 

< >i anmore and Spence 

Orillia and « rrand Trunk Railway 

Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



R. Warren — 
J. Bishop. ... 
J. Abbott ... 
W. W. Woodruff 
do 



H. 



do 
A. Steele. 



M. H. Ritchie.. 

H. Kumpf 

J. Bannister 

J. Lemon 

S. Ottley 

S. J. B. Whaley 
VV. McDonald . . 

D. McKinnon . . . 
G. B. Shreve. . . . 
J. Vaughan. ... 

A. Haggins. 

T. Salter 

J. J. Barnes .... 
W. N. Dunbar.. 

W. C. Strader . . 

T. Hewson 

J. Lawrason .... 

E. Gould 

H. Gerow 



E. Gould 

M. Cahill 

M. Gillies ... 

< i. ( lemmell . . . . 
R. W. Nicholls . 
J. Large 

G. Taylor 

C. W." Murphy. . 

E. I lillman 

W. H. McLauch- 

lin 

A. Wycott 

1). Shea 

J. Porter 

R. S. Grant. . . . 
.1. Gallaway . . . . 
.1. W. Cates.... 

T. Smith 

M. McCarthy... 
.1. Hill 

F. A. Wigle.... 
.1 ('.. McLeod . . 

W. McCue 

A. Smith 

.1. Tremain 

R. dandy 

A. Wright 

■ I. A. Munny 

I,. Buckwell . . . 

R. Mann 

W. .1. Glover.... 

II. Nelson 



W. Jackson. 



.2^ 

19 



12 



IJ&i 3 ^ 6&12 



Period. 



14 



Season 1889 

3 months (to June 30, '89) 
9 do from do ... . 

12 do 

Season 1889 



12 months 
12 do .. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and arrears) . 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

10 do (from June 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do 

do (to June 30, '89). 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do V 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



24 12 do 



38 



Amount. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1801 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, <tc. — Continual. 



Name of Route. 



Orillia and Northern Ry. Station.. 

Orillia and Sebright 

( hrleans and ( )ttawa 

Onnshy and Railway Station 

( hrmsby and Thanet 

Oro Station and Railway Station . . 

( >rton and Railway Station 

Orwell and Railway Station 

( teceola and Stafford 

( fegoode Station and Ry. Station. . . 
( tegoode Ry. Station and Russell. . . 
< tegoode Railway Station and West 

Winchester 

Oshawa and Raglan 

do do 

Oshawa and Street Letter Box 

( tesian and Sarnia . 

do do 

do do 

( )so Station and Zealand 

Ottawa and Post Office Dep'tment. 

Ottawa and Railway Stations 

do do 

Ottawa and Exhibition Grounds 

Ottawa and Ramsay's Corners 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



A. Fraser 

R. R. Young . 
H. Dupuis. . . . 
Gr. Jarnian.. . . 
M. Murphy.. . 
A. Douglas . . . 
W. Mooney. . . 
W. J. Gegan . 
I). Gilderhose. 
J. Buckels .... 
P. Levia 



A. Campbell ... 
W. H. Thomas . 
J. S. Yeomans. . 
W. H. Thomas . 

F. B. Rudd 

M. Nesbitt 

do 

W. Armstrong. . 
E. Batterton. . . . 
B.D. Arpentigny 
P. McKenna. 
W. Goodwin . 
R. Ramsay . . 



< )ttawa and Richmond H. Rielly .... 

Otterville and Railway Station P. Mitchell. . . 

( hingah and Wallaceburg D. McLean. . . 

Overton and Roblin |W. M. Paul . . 

Owen Sound and Railway Station. . W. Bridget. . . 
Owen Sound and Street Letter Boxes E. Miller . ... 



do 
Owen Sound and Tara. 
do do 



do 



W. Bridget 

J. Morden 

J. Hamilton, jr. 



Oxenden and Wiarton J. Crandon 

Oxford Station and Ry. Station. . . . G. L. Cook , 



Paisley and Railway Station 

do do 

Paisley and Vesta 

Pakenham and Panmure 

Pakenham and Railway Station. . . . 

do do 

Palmer Rapids and Rockingham. . . 

Palmer Rapids and Wingle 

Palmerston and Railway Station. . . 

Paris and Railway Station 

Paris and Street Letter Boxes 

Parkdale, G. T. Ry. and C. P. Ry . 



R. Cruickshank. 
Treeford & Flack 
R. Cruickshank. 
G. McClinton... 

!R. Clark 

iD. Shaw 

W. Mahon 

J. Wingle 

T. W. Johnston. 

H. Oliver 

G. Stanton 

W. Gray 



do 



do 



Parkersville and Changing Post. . . . 
Park head and Railway Station 
Parkhill and Railway Station . . . 
Parkhill and Strathroy 

do do 

Parry Sound and Rosseau 

Parry Sound and Shebashekong . . . . 

Patillo and Railway Station 

Pearceley and Sundridge 

Pelee Island and Pelee Island East. 

do do 



T. W. Todd .... 

T. H. Osborne.. 

F. Pattison . ... 

G. Simpson 

W. Fletcher.... 

C. Fairbanks 

T. W. Quinn. . . . 
W. R. Hamilton 

D. Coutts 

T. G. Pearce.... 
L. S. Brown .... 
G. Gow 

39 



J 
16 

w 



I 

8" 

40 yds 

2H 

22 

!) 
9 

I 

15* 

15| 

16 

34 

I 
1 
1 



71 

20 

11 

3£ 

1 

23 

23 

20* 

20* 



20 



Eh : 

i \ 



12 

12 

3 

6 

6 

6 
6 

6 

12 

3 

3 

3 

2 

18 

ireq. 

req. 



Period. 



12 months (less fines) 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

2 12 do 

6 12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do 

9 do 

12 do 

3 do 



(to June 30, '80), 
from do 



do 
do 



(to June 30, '89). 
(to Jan. 31, '90).. 
from do 



12 do 

12 do 

5 do 

12 do 
Special 

5 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do 



(to May 31, '90). 
(to Oct. 31, '89). . 
(to May 31, '90) . 

trips 

20 days (from 
Oct. 11, '89)... 



do 
do 
do 



(less fine) 

(to Dec. 31, '89).. 
from do 
(to June 30, '89) . 
from do (less 
fine) 



12 do 
12 do 



do (to Dec. 31, ; 89).. 

do from do 

do 

do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 28 days (to July 

28, '"89) 

do 3 days (from July 

29. '89 

do 

do 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to Aug. 31, '89). 

do from do 



Amount. 



121 20 

374 00 

280 <>o 

:.u oo 

7o oo 

.v, no 

50 00 
117 00 
140 00 

15 00 
480 00 

025 00 

90 00 

183 7:. 

66 00 
86 oo 

174 42 

51 44 

45 00 
57 5 20 
300 75 

3,294 72 
13 50 

82 74 
725 00 
100 10 
300 00 

60 00 
196 00 
176 25 

37 00 
137 00 

455 50 

120 00 

32 00 

98 55 

32 85 

390 00 

279 00 

129 80 

46 20 
50 00 
45 00 

17n 00 

375 00 

96 00 

16 30 

67 3!) 
l>:» oo 
75 oo 
85 00 

17:» 00 
132 50 
490 00 
80 00 
25 00 
65 00 
41 67 
40 83 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Pembroke and Railway Station 

Pendleton and Raihvay Station .... 

Penetanguishene and Raihvay Sta- 
tion 

Peninsula Harbour and Raihvay 
Station 

Penville and Tottenham 

Perch Station and Raihvay Station. 

Perm and Rosemont 

do do 

Perth and Playfair 

Perth and Raihvay Station 

Perth and Stanleyville 

Perth and Tennyson 

Perth and Westport 

Perth Road and Wilmur 

Petawawa and Raihvay Station . . . 

Peterboro' and Railway Stations. . . 

Peterbovo' and Street Letter Boxes . 

Peterboro' and Warsaw 

Petersburg and Roseville 

Petersburg and St. Agatha 

Petrolea and Railway Station. . . . 

Petrolea and Wilson Croft 

Phelpston and Railway Station. . 

Phelpston and Vigo 

Picton and Railway Station 

Picton and Solmesville 

Picton and Street Letter Boxes . . 

Picton and West Lake 



M. Belaire. 
H. Roy... 



gs 



Pike Creek and Tecumseh 

Pirn-dale and Wick 

Pine Grove and Woodbridge 

Pinkerton and Railway Station. . . . 
Point Alexander and Railway Sta- 
tion 



C. Charlebois. . 



H.Wilson 

W. Armstrong . . 

T. Irwin 

J. J. Morrow . . . 
W. Arnold. . . . . . 

G. C.Mills 

J. Allan 

P. McParland. . . 

W. Devlin 

A. P. Palmer... 
J. S. Roberts.. . . 

S. Devine 

J. Buller 

H. C. Rogers.. . . 

I). Mcintosh 

F. Kranel 

J. Raiser 

P. Barclay 

J. L. Wilson. . . . 

D. Gallagher 

do 

J. B. Sherriff.... 

H Goodwin 

T. Shannon 

J. llicks 



G. A. Bedell. 
C. Ferguson 
F. Farls 
J. Connor. . . . 



J. Mireau. 
H. Wood. 



Pointeaux Pins and SaultSte. Marie 

Point Edward and Sarnia T. Symington. . . 

Pomona and Priceville D. Black 

Pond Mills and Railway Station. . . J. Gilmore 

Pontypool and Railway Station .» . . T. Stanton 

Poplar < trove and Kvdal Bank. . . . W. R. Smyth. . . 

Portage du Fort and Ross D. McLaren 

Porl Arthur and Railway Station. . F. S. Wiley 

Porl Burwell and Tort Rowan J. Thompson. . . . 

Port Carling and FalkenburgStation C. McCully 

Porl Cockburn and Trout Lake ... H. Fraser. 



Porl Colborne and Railway Stations W. Lewis. 



do do A. Hover.. 

Port ( loldwell and Railway Station. R. Jackson 

Porl Credit and Railway Statiqn. . J. Hamilton 

Porl Dalhousie and Railway Station F. W. Smith 

Port Dover and Railway Stations . P>. Evans 

Port Dover and Victor W. R. Reid 

Porl Elgin and Railway Station.... J. Bowes 

Porl Elgin and Tara T. Johnston 

•I" do F. Monknian 

Port Finlay and Richard's Landing M. McLennan.. 

Port Franks and Thedford < ;. Kipp 

Port Hope and Railway Station 0. R. Adamson. 

Port Hope and I ; . . — Mfounl . .1. Lill 

Port Hope an. I Street Letter Boxes. .1. Oaldwell 

40 



17 



19 r. t. 

I 

l h 

14 

4 

10 

23 
2 

H 



Period. 



Amount. 



24 12 months (less fine). 
6 12 do 



12 



12 do 



6 12 
6 12 



16 

10&14 
2 

4 



17 
1 
8 

2 
4 

Ik 

2 

G 
9 
2 
5 
3 

^ 
13 



i 
50 ft. 

1 

Hi 

10 

2 



J 

i 



2 
6 

6 
6 
29 
4 
1 

2 1 12 

3 6 
3 12 

31 & 60 12 

12 |12 

6 12 

6&3 12 

6 12 

24 12 

2 12 
6 12 

3 3 



do 

do 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



18 12 
6 12 



12 
2&3 



2 

6 
6 

3 
1 
6 
2 
3 

12 
1 
3 

12 
6 
3 
2 

24&12 

24&12 
12 
6 
30 
6 & 12 
3 
18&24 
6 
6 
2 
3 

36 

2 

12 



do (to June 30, '89) . 

do 

do 

do 

do 16 days (to Aug. 

16, '89) 

do 

do (to Jan. 31, '90).. 

do 

do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Strips 

Part of Seasons 1888-89 & 
1889-90 

1 month 9 days (to May 

9, '89) 

10 do 22 clays (from do) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



(to Sept. 30, '89 

from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do 

6 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 
12 do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1(1.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 






Name <>f Route. 



Port Lambton and Railway Station 

Port Maitland and Stromness 

Port Perry and Railway Station. . . 

Port Perry and Scngog 

Port Perry and Shirley 

Port Perry and Uxbridge 

Port Robinson and Railway Station 
Port Rowan and Railway Station. . 

Port Rowan and Simcoe 

Port Ryerse and Simcoe 

do do 

Port Severn and Waubashene 

Port Stanley and Railway Station . 

Port Sydney and Utterson 

Powassan Station and Railway 

Station 

Prescott and Ogdensbnrg, U. S 

Prescott and Railway Station 

Prescott and Street Letter Boxes . . 

Prescott and Throoptown 

Preston and Strasburg 

Preston and Waterloo 

Primrose and Whitfield 

Prince Albert and Railway Station 
Proton Station and Railway Station 

Proton Station and Wareham 

Purbrook and Uffington . . 

Purple Grove and Ripley 

Puslinch and Railway Station 

Ratho and Railway Station 

Ravenshoe and Railway Station . . . 

Reaboro' and Railway Station 

do do 

Read and Shannon ville 

do do 

Redickville and Singhampton 

Renfrew and C. I*. Ry. Station .... 
Renfrew and K. & P. Ry. Station . 
Renton and Railway Station ...... 

Renton and Tyrrell 

Richards' Landing and Sea Gull. . . 
Richmond Hill and Railway Station 

Richmond Hill and Toronto 

Richmond West and Stapledon. . . . 
Rich wood and Railway Station. . . . 
Ridgetown and Railway Station . . . 

Ridgeway and Railway Station 

Ridgeway and Welland 

Ripley and Railway Station 

Riverside and Toronto 

Riverview and Toronto 

Roblin and West Plain 

Rob Roy and Singhampton 

Rockford and Railway Station .... 

Rockland and Railway Station 

Rockliff e and Railway Station 

Rockside and Salmonville 

Rodney and Railway Station 



do do 

Rosemont and Shelburne . . 
Rosseau and Rosseau Falls 



Rosseau and Shannonhall 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



W.H. McDonald 
H. Siddall.... 
W. M. Jamieson 

J. Burke 

P. Espin 

J. Twohy 

J. McCoppen . . . 
W. Meadows . . . 
J. Thompson . . . 

P. McCoy 

. do 

J. Hanly 

M. Payne 

H. G. Ladell . . . 



J. G. Duncan . . . 
C. Plumb 

E. Leslie 

J. Dowsley 

P. Bulger 

F. C. Cornell . . . 
J. S. Bechtel . . . 
P. D. Henry . . . 

C. Fallis 

F. Freeman .... 

J. M. Burk 

J. C rockford .... 
J. N. Logan .... 
H. Leslie 

G. Steedsman . . 
W. D. Smith . . . 

G. Laing 

J. Greer 

P. McKenny . . . 

I. Ray 

J. Richards .... 

D. Brownlee .... 
J. Rousselle .... 

W. Renton 

W. Blanchard . . 

W. Young 

W. R. Proctor.. 

J. Palmer 

T. H. Stapledon 

W.Taylor 

L. S. Hancock . . 
P. W. Anthony. 

L. House 

P. D. Mclnnes . 

H. Parry 

H. Jordan 

A. Sedore 

R. Shields 

R. Russell .... 
A. Campbell .... 
W. H. Mclntyre 

I. Harber 

A. Humphrey . . 

do 

G. Barber 

P. Mutchen- 
backer 



W. Fletcher 



41 



121 






Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1,'89) 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

3 do to do 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do ... 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do 16 days (to May 

16, '89) 

10 do 15 dys. (from do) 

12 do 

Part of seasons 1888-89 

and 1889-90 

12 months 



Amount. 



| cts. 

50 00 

70 00 

74 00 
loo 00 

80 00 
380 00 
140 00 

75 00 
156 50 

34 75 
126 7-". 
156 00 
160 00 
156 48 

4( i 95 

578 24 

140 85 

144 00 

99 48 

330 00 

469 00 

156 00 

80 00 

50 00 

140 00 

50 00 

45 00 

35 00 
52 00 

150 00 

35 00 

35 00 

56 25 

114 50 

195 00 

313 00 

62 60 

78 00 

52 00 

55 00 

237 88 

1 00 

40 00 

78 25 

150 24 

75 12 

62 00 

84 00 

10 41 

58 80 

20 00 

84 00 

150 00 

187 90 

32 00 

69 00 

12 00 

54 60 

520 00 



35 50 

78 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 





•" 


'£!•* 


Name 


8 . 


H * 


of 


g B 


** 


Contractor. 




** 



Period. 



Rosseau and Utterson 



J. Cook 



Rossport and Railway Station 

do do 

Rouge Hill and Toronto 

Round Plains and Waterford . . . . 
Rowan Mills and Walsingham Cen- 



Ruscom Station and Railway Station 

Russell and South Indian Railway 

Station 



P. A. Leitch 
J. J. Morrow. 
R. H. Crew . 
B. H. Rammage 

S. Bressau . . . 
J. D. Mathers 

R. Young 



22 

50yds. 
50yds. 
17 

4 I 

J 

7 \ 
50yds. 

10 



St. Catharines and Street Letter 
Boxes 

St. Catharines and Welland Station 

St. Eugene and Vankleek Hill 

St. Goorge and Railway Station . . . 
do do .... 

St. Joachim, River Ruscom and 
Railway Station 

St. Lawrence and Wolfe Island .... 
do do 

St. Ola and Railway Station 

St. Patrick and Changing Post 

St. Paul's Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

St. Thomas and Railway Station. . . 

St. Thomas and Sparta 

St. Thomas and Street Letter Boxes 

St. Thomas and Talbotville Royal, 

St. Williams and Railway Station 



Part of seasons 1888-89 
and 1889-90 (less fine) . 
9 months (to Dec. 31, '89) 
3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 

12 do 



J. J. Richardson 

M. Ireson 

X. Proulx 

M. Brockbank . . 
W. O. Vanatter 



J. Bacon 

S. D. Woodman 
do 

P. P. Clark 

J. Langdon 



Sadowa and Sebright 

Sand Banks and Bloonifield Station 

Sand I'oint and Railway Station. . . 

Sandwich and Windsor 

Sarnia and Port Huron, U.S .... 

Sarnia and Railway Station 

Sarnia and Street Letter Boxes . . . . 

Sauble Palls and Wiarton 

Saugeen and Railway Station 

Saull Ste. Marie and Sault Ste. 

Marie, I'.s 

do do 

do do 

Sauh St.-. Marie and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Saurin and Railway Station 

Schreiber and Railway Station 

do do .... 

Scotch Block and Railway Station. 

Scotia and Mail ( latching Post 

ScOUten and Railway Station 

do dO 

• ii and Railway Stat ion 

<■ and Railway 8ta1 ion 

Sebringville and Hallway Station . 

I a idg( nid Railway Stat ion 

Sliaiiin >< I. and Wlielan 

Shanty Bay and Railway Station .. 
Sharbol Lake and Railway Station. 
Shelburne and Railway Station .... 
Sherkston and Railway Station. . . . 
Shetland and Sutherland's ( Sorners, 



A. Thorn 

M. A. Boughner 
W. Gregory. . . 
F. E. Ermatinger 

J. Wait 

J. H. Cope . . . 



1 

r 

i i 

3 

12 

12 

2 



1 
11 
3 
3i 
I 



J. H. Vanvlack 
J. Hicks 



E. DeRenzy . 
S. Page....'... 
J. P. Dawson. 

J. J. Ross 

J. P. Dawson. 
H. Crandon. . . 
T. Lee 



15 do (to June 30, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

6 do from do 



12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do (less fine) 



R. T. Pirn . 

M. C I'm, 
W. Turner, 



2 

2 

100 yds 

2 

&12 

a 
li 

i 



M. C. Pirn 

I ). A. Cooper. . . 
I). R. Bruce ... 

J. E. Walker... 

.1. McKenzie.. . . 

A. L. Dafoe .... 
I ). A. Spencer . . 

( '. I teline 

s. I lickson 

I'l. Wanes 

J. R. Paton .... 
.1.11 Jackson . . 

S. Whelan 

J. Graham 

M. A. very 

E. Berwick 

B. K Sherk. ... 
J. W. McKeown 

42 



I. 

100 yds 
200 yds 
1 



1 
3w,6s 

24 
6 

12 
12 

12 

2&1 

18&24 

6 

6 

12 

6 

12 
12 
12 

(i 

li 
L2 
12 
21 

6 
12 
21 

2 
12 
II 
21 

6 

3 



12 do 

12 do (less fine) .... 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 



12 do 

4 do 11 days (from 
Nov. 20, '89 ) 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Part of Season 1889 

do 

do 



12 months 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to Apr. 30, '89), 

2 do (to June 30, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



■)\ Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1(1.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, A:c. — Continue!. 



Name of Route. 



Shrubmount and Vivian 

do do , 

Siloam and Uxbridge 

Bimcoe and Port Dover 

Bimcoe and Railway Station (Air 

Line) 

Bimcoe and Railway Station (Pt. D. 

H.) 

Bimcoe and Railway Station (South 

< Norfolk) 

Sky e and Greenfield Railway Station 
Bmithdale and Railway Station. . . . 
Smith's Falls and Railway Station, 
do do 



do 



do 



do do 

Stnithville and Wellandport 

Snake River and Railway Station. . 

Snyder and Railway Station 

Sofway and Walkerton 

Sombra and Marine City, U . S 

Sombra and Railway Station 

do do 

Sombra and Thornyhurst 

Sombra and Wilkesport 

do do 

Sonya and Railway Station 

South Casselman and Railway Sta- 
tion 

South Indian and Railway Station . 

South Indian Railway Station and 
The Brook 

South March and Railway Station. 

South River and Railway Station . . 

Spanish River and Railway Station 

Spanish River Station and Railway 
Station 



Spencerville and Railway Station . 
Springfield and Railway Station. . 
Springford and Railway Station . . 

do do 

Springville and Railway Station . . 

Spry and Stokes Bay 

do do 

'" Stanleydale and Yearleys 

J! Staples and Railway Station 

.' MayiK-r and Railway Station 

- ! Stayner and Sunnidale 

111 Stayner and Vanvlack 

f Stevensville and Railway Station. 

'' Stirling and Railway Station 

* Stittsville and Railway Station . . . 

j Stokes Bay and Tobermory 

J do do 

J Stony Creek and Woodburn 

111 Stony Lake and Warsaw 

>touff ville and Railway Station . . 

Stratford and Railway Station . 

"tratford and Street Letter Boxes. 

itrathallan and Woodstock 

Jtaathroy and Street Letter Boxes. 
treetsville and Railway Station. . 

16—5 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



F. Stevens . 

do 
J, Smith.... 
H. Mulkins. 



H. W. Pursel 
do 



do 
H. McLean 

C. Smith. .. 
H. Carley . . 

D. F. Wood 



J. M. McLaren. 

H. Carley 

J. Wilson 

G. Douglas 

T. Snyder 

J. McCallum . . . 
P. Cattanach . . . 
do 

J. Mullins 

H. G. Waybrant 
N. Cornwall . . 

W. Micks 

A. Black 



J. St. Denis ... 
J. K. Meredith 

A. Lefebvre 

P. Orchard . . . . , 
W. Holditch.... 
P. J. Loughrin. 

do 

A. Carmichael. . 

J. Dennis 

T. McMehan.... 
A. M. Oatman. . 
W. Bidgood .... 

G. Myles 

I. Shute 

J. Boulter 

R. F. Staples... 
E. R. Sanders. . . 

J. Sherrick 

J. D. Laid law. . . 

C. Tytherleigh . . 
W. Gould .... 

S. Mann 

M. Belrose 

D. Butchart .... 

J. Cowan 

H. Bell 

M. Yake 

A. Hirst 

T. Stoney 

R. Langdon .... 

H. McColl 

J. Johnson, sen. 

43 






Hi 



10 
15* 



1 

3 
3 
3 
6 
6 
24 
30rods 



13 



120 yds 
26 

26 

15 r.t. 
12 



14 



£1 

O !-> 



IVriod. 



9 months (to Dec. 31, '89) 
2 do (from F'eb. 1, '90) 

12 do 

Special trip 

12 months 



12 do 



6 

12 

& 12 

& 12 

6 

3 

3 

3 

6 
24 

3 

1 
12 
12 

6 

1 

1 

3 

1 
30 
48 



do (from July 1, '89) 

do 

do 

do 



12 do 
12 do 



do 5 days (to May 

5, '89) 

do 2G days (to Sept. 

30, '89) 

do from Sept. 30, '89 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to May 31, '89) . 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 



do 

do 

do 

do 5 davs (to May 

5, '89) 

do 20 days, (from 
do ).. 

do 

do 



do (to June 30, '89).. 

do from do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89).. 

do from do 

do 

do (from July 1, '89) 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89).. 

do 

do (less fine) 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '90) 

do 

do 

do 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

18 75 

10 83 

146 00 

2 00 

146 00 

75 12 

60 00 
245 00 

30 00 
175 00 

21 63 

90 87 

112 50 

269 00 

96 24 

125 00 

144 00 

6 00 

12 50 

37 50 

60 00 

92 50 

90 00 

40 00 

25 00 
50 00 

200 00 
400 00 
156 50 

14 00 

54 23 

75 00 

88 00 

50 00 

130 50 

138 00 

32 50 

69 00 

39 00 

18 75 

96 00 

132 60 

Lg 50 

80 00 

60 60 

21 91 

112 00 

96 00 

132 74 

75 00 

78 25 

364 42 

403 71 

385 00 

50 00 

125 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Stromnesa and Railway Station .... 
Stroud and Craigvale Station. 
Sturgeon Bay and Railway Station 
Sturgeon Falls and Railway Station 

Sudbury and Railway Station. 

Sunderland and Railway Station. . . 

Sundridge and Railway Station 

Sundridge and Vavasour 

Sutton West and Railway Station. . 

Sutton West and Yachell 

Swansea and Railway Station 

Sweaburg and Woodstock 

Sydenham and Wilmur 

Sylvan and Widder 



Talbotville Royal and Tempo 

Tara and Railway Station.. 

Ta\ i stock and Railway Station ... 

Tehkummah and The Slash 

Teeswater and Railway Station 

Teeswater and Walkerton 

Thedford and Railway Station 

The < rrove and Railway Station. . . . 
Thessalon and Railway Station. . . . 

do do 

Thessalon and Wharncliffe 

Thompsonville and Railway Station 

Thompson and Railway Station 

Thornhill and Railway Station 

do do 

Thornhill and Toronto 

Thornton and Railway Station 

Thorold and Railway Station 

Thwaites and Railway Station. . . . 
Til l)u ry Centre and Railway Station 
'I ilsonburg and Railway Stations. . 

Tiogo and Railway Station 

Topping and Railway Station 

Toronto and Railway Station 

do do 

Toronto and Branch Post Offices. . . 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



H. Siddall 

R. G. McCraw.. 
J. Playfair . . 

J. Stillar 

S. Fournier 

N. Steffins 

J. Carter . 

M. Colville 

W. D. Townley. 
W. D. Townley . 
J. Worthington. 
H. McCully 
W. D. Waters . . 
W. Randall 



J. Wait 

J. Hamilton, jun 
G. Matheson .... 
J. I. Young . . . 
W. Zinger. . . . 

L. Zettel 

J. G. Brown . . . 
T. A. Robinson.. 
J. Rowan 



s* 



BJA 



Period. 



10 

ft 

14 r.t. 

100 yds 
6 
7 
3 



Moore & McCrea 

W. Taggart 

J. T. Schmieten- 

dorf 

R. Tyner 

W. T. Brown... 
J. T. Lindsay. . . 
J. Thompson . . . 

R. Power 

J. Dale 

D. W. Thwaites. 

J. Bartley 

W. Parker 

Gr. Kitzsimmons. 

E. Taylor 

F. Middleton... 
J. R. Hendry. . . 
R. Bond 



Tottenham and Railway Station... M. J. Casserly. . 

Tnu osend Centre and Waterford. . . 1). Kitchen 

Toye'a Hill and Winchester Springs J. B. McQuigg.. 

Trenton and Railway Station J. S. Dyer 

Trenton and Wooler H. Sharp 

Trenton Junction— -C. O. Ry. and 
(J. T. Ry G. Dench. 



Tuf tsville and North Bastings June- 
tion... S. Tufts 

Tupperville and I Jail way Station. . . J. J, Suter 

Turnerville and Railway Station. .. \V. Turner 

TuSCarora and Railway Station. ... S. .). McKelvey 

Tweed and Elail way Station W.J. Howell.. 

Tyra >nnell and Wallacetown VV. Hall 



I ffington and \ ankoughnet 

I 'lit hofl ana Railway Stal i<>n 

I r nderWOod and Willow ( 'reck . . . . 

[Tnionville and Kail way Station . . . 



.1. Meyers 

■I. Lynes 

J. Hyde 

M. R. Heming 
way 



30 



yds 



12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

24 

12 

1 

12 

2 

24 

3 

2 

6 

2 

12 
12 

1 
18 

6 

6 
12 

6 

12 
1 

12 

6 

6 

12 

6 

12 

24 

1 

12 

12 

12 

6 

24&30 

2G&48 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

7 do (from Sept. 1, '8S 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do ..., 

12 do 

12 do (less fine) 

9 do (from July 1, '8£ 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do 5 days (to May 

5, '89) 

10 do 26 dys. from do 
12 do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

11 do (to Feb. 28, '90). 
1 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (less fine) 

12 do and special ser 

vice 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do 12 days (from 
April 19, '88 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



44 



12 do 

12 do 

7 do (to Oct. 31, 

12 do 



Amount. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Uphill and Victoria Road 

[Jptergrove and Railway Station. . . 

Utopia and Railway Station 

Uttoxeter and Wanstead 

Utterson and Railway Station. . . . 

\ rtterson and Windermere 

Uxbridge and Railway Station 

Uxbridge and Victoria Corners 

Vandecar and Woodstock 

Vankleek Hill and Railway Station 

Varney and Railway Station 

Vars and Railway Crossing 

Vasey and Waverley 

Ventnor and Railway Station 

do do 

Verner and Railway Station 

Victoria Harbor and Ry. Station . . 
Villa Nova and Railway Station . . . 

Villiers and Railway Station 

Vine and Railway Station 

Vittoria and Railway Station 

Vittoria and Walsh 

Vivian and Railway Station 



Wabuno and Railway Station . 
Wahnapitae and Railway Station. 
Waldemar and Railway Station 
Wales and Railway Station. 

do do 

W;d ford Station and Ry. Station 
Walkerton and Railway Station 
Walkerton and Wroxeter 
Walker's and Railway Station 
Walkerville and Railway Station 

Walker ville and Windsor 

Wallaceburg and Railway Station 
Wallacetown and Railway Station . 
Waller and Harney's Crossing. 
Walnut and Watford . . . 
Warnock and Railway Station 
Warwick and Railway Station 
Washago and Railway Station . 
Waterford and Railway Station 
Waterloo and Railway Station 
Waubashene and Railway Station 

do do 

Waverley and Railway Station 
Webbwood and Railway Station 
Weidman and Railway Station 
Wei don and Railway Station . 
Welland and Railway Station 
Welland and Street Letter Box 
Welland and Wellandport 
Welland and Welland Station, 
Wellington and Railway Station. 
Welhnan's Corners and Railway 

Station 

Wemyss and Railway Station 
Wendover and Railway Station 
Wesleyville and Railway Station 

16—5J 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Sharp. . . 
Mulvihill 
Connor. . 
K. Nesbitt 
Hanes ... 
Hanes . . . 
Kimmerly 
Wagg 



N. Schooley . 
W. Lawlor . . . 

F. Eden 

S. T. Cheney 
J. Loney . . . 

G. Henderson 

E. J. Gilroy. 
J. L. Michaud 

M. Vasey 

M. McAlpine 
W. Weir .... 
V. P. Kelcey 

F. A. Finch . 
S. Ottley. . .. 
N. L. McCor 

mack .... 



D. Varnum 
McLaren . . 
Jenkins . . . 
W. Baker.. 
. Alguire . . 
G. Walford 
McLean . . . 
X. Messuer 
Greaves . . . 
W. Busch . 



J. Egan 



J. B. McDougall 
C. McGregor . . . 

P. Harney 

P.E.Willoughby 

J. Warnock 

J. Smith 

J. C. Marshall.. 
H. Dochstader. . 

F. Sass 

J. Scott 

W. H. Russell . . 

T. French 

J. McLandress,sr 

0. Jansohn 

J. E. Weldon. . 
J. McQueen .... 

G. H. Burgar... 

L. Durham 

0. H. Garner . . . 
M. Pettet .... 



P. Hubble 

R. Ritchie 

J.B.Mallette, sr. 
J. Barrow r clough 

45 






12 

h 

,V, 
6 

i 
15 

i 

19 r.t 6 

9 
12 



I 
22 

100yds 



6 I 



50 ft. 

li 
500 yds 
15 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July, 1, '89) 

12 do 



12 do 



do (from Feb. 1, '90) 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89) . 

do from do 

do 

do 

do (to May 31, '89).. 

do 

do 13 days (from 

Feb. 16, '90) . . 

do 15 days (to Feb. 

15, '90) 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do (from May 1, '89) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89) . 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amoun 



S cts. 

100 00 

180 00 

;,o (xi 

100 00 
125 20 
200 00 
90 00 
145 00 

115 00 
626 00 
64 00 
30 00 
89 00 
32 50 
97 50 
20 00 

125 00 
50 00 

74 88 
56 00 
60 00 

126 00 

60 00 

24 67 
37 56 

64 00 

25 CO 
60 00 
46 95 

313 00 
80 50 
30 00 

14 67 

105 33 

75 00 
156 50 

30 00 
100 00 
183 33 
195 00 
156 00 

93 88 
387 50 

15 00 
45 00 

275 00 
78 25 
15 00 
40 00 

100 16 
80 00 

395 00 

i::» 28 

65 00 

75 00 

15 00 

170 00 

93 90 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Ontario, &c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



West Toronto Junction and Rail- 
way Station 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



do 

and Railway 



do 
West Winchester 

Station 

Westport and Railway Station 

West wood and Railway Station. . . . 

Whitby and Railway Station 

Whitechurch and Railway Station. 

Whitefish and Railway Station 

do do .... 

White River and Railway Station.. 

Wiarton and Railway Station 

Wilbur Station and Railway Station 
Wilton Grove and Railway Station 

Windsor and Detroit, U. S 

Windsor and Railway Station 

Windsor and Street Letter Boxes . . 

Wingham and C. P. R'y Station . . . 

do do 

Wingham and G. T. R'y Station . . . 
Wolverton and Railway Station.. . . 
Woodbridge and Railway Station. . 

Woodslee and Railwav Station 

Woodstock and Railway Stations. . 
Woodstock and Street Letter Boxes 

Woodville and Railway Station 

Wroxeter and Railway Station 

Wyebridge and Wyevale Station. . . 

Wylie and Railway Station 

Wyton Station and Railway Station 
Wyevale and Railway Station 



J. Kirkwood 

do 

A. Kendrick 

J. H. Whelan.. 
J. S. Comstock. . 

J. Scott 

H. D. Henderson 

H.Smith 

F. Summuby. . . . 
W. E. McLauch- 

lin 

I. Post 

T. B.Caldwell.. 

P. Murray 

S. D. Huff 

do 

W. H. Offett... 



I* 



1 

1 
20 

2h 
l 



W. Black 

T. Black 

D. Campbell ... 

S. Claus 

|F. Earls 

J. P. Henry.... 
J. A. McKenzie 
A. McCleneghan 
H. Ferguson .... 

A. Paulin 

N. McRae 

J. Lyons 

G. Scatcherd. . . . 
W. T. Stewart.. 



! 

1 
i 

n 



Yarmouth Centre and Railway 

Station JG. A. Parlee 

Zephyr and Railway Station J. N. Dafoe 

Suspension Bridge Tolls W. G. Swan, Su- 
perintendent . . 



Period. 



Amount. 



3 months (to June 30, '£ 
9 do from do 



12 do 
12 do 



6&12 

12 

12 

12 

24 

12 

12&24 

18 

24 

12 

6 

3 

12 

6 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, ; 89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '90, 

broken period). 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



6 12 do 
6 |12 do 

. . [12 do 



Total 



$ cts. 

18 75 

75 00 

75 00 

492 00 

125 00 

103 28 

80 00 

15 70 

15 64 

30 00 

125 00 

25 00 

30 00 

500 00 

220 00 

287 10 

55 00 

45 00 

200 32 

114 00 

72 00 

156 50 

315 20 

230 00 

100 00 

80 00^ 

134 00 

62 00 

20 00 

30 ()0 



100 00 
159 25 



40 00 



.$279,606 51 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster. General. 



46 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 





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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mail Bags, Mail Locks, &c., 
in Ontario made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Tradesmen's Names. 


Particulars of Disbursements. 


Amount. 


S \ EL Borbridge 


I cts . 
Mail bags, labels and repairs for Post Office Department. . 


H 8. Montgomery 


Mail bags, rivet seals, &c. , for do 
Mail bag locks for do 
Mail bag labels for do 
Repairing brass mail locks for do 
Stencilling mail bags for Post Office Inspector, Kingston . 
Repairing mail bags for do London.. . 
Mail bag labels for do Toronto . . 

Repairing mail bags for Postmaster, Toronto 

Mail bag locks for do 

Total 


731 74 


E. ( Jhanteloup 

Pritchard & Andrews 

(i. Bailey 

L W. Shannon 


485 50 
4 50 

154 25 

9 02 

95 10 


T. Thompson 


198 50 


do 


1,407 44 
55 00 








$7,373 98 



W. II. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- Genera l. 



49 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec made within the 

year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Abbotsford and Pauline I 

Abbotsford and Railway Station. . . 

Abercorn and Railway Station 

Acton Vale and Railway Station. . . 
Acton Vale & St. Theodore d'Acton 

do do 

Adamsville and Railway Station. . . 
Adderley and St Pierre Baptiste . . . 
Adstock and Robertson Station .... 

do do 

Adstock and St. Ephrem de Tring.. 

Agnes and Nadeau's Crossing 

Agnes and 'Railway Station 

Agnes and Ste. Cecile de Whitton . 

Agnes and Three Lakes 

Aird, Clarence ville and Miranda. . . 

Allan's Corners and Cairnside 

Allan's Corners and Railway Station 
Allard Settlement and Nouvelle. . . . 
Allumette Island and Pembroke.. . . 

Amqui and Railway Station 

Ancienne Lorette and Champigny. . 

do do 

Anderson's Corners and Dew itt ville 
Ange Gardien and Railway Station. 
Angeline & St. Alphonse deGranby 

Angers and Railway Station 

Annesley and North Onslow 

Antoinette and Lost River 

Antoinette and St. Jovite 

Armagh and St. Raphael 

Arthabaskaville and Chester 

Arthabaskaville and North Ham.. . 
Arthabaskaville and Victoria ville . . 
Arthabaskaville, Victoriaville and 

Railway Station 

Arundel and Rockaway Valley .... 
Ascot Corner and Railway Station. 

A.8C0I Corner and Weatbury 

Aston Station and Railway Station. 
Aston St'n and St. Leonard d 'Aston. 

AstOO Stat ion and St, Sylvere 

At helstan and Powersoourt 

Aubert < rallion & St. George Beauce 

Avignon and Matapedia 

and Point an ( Ihene 

A yer'a Flat and Kingscroft 

Ayer's Flal and Railway Station... 
Aylmer and Railway Station 



A. Lasnier 

D. Sharkey 

E. R. Shepard.. 

C. P. Ry. Co.... 
A. Laplante 

A. Fortier 

D. Larive 

P. A. Drolet.... 

H. Bolduc 

R. Bolduc 

J. Roy 

P. Roy 

J. S. Wilson.... 

A. Loubier 

H. W. Albro. .. 
M. J. Bur wort. . 
J. Bryson 

do 

T. Keays 

J. J. McGuire . . 

T. Rose 

G. Dufresne . . . . 

N. Alain 

J. Anderson . . . 

P. Lajoie 

O. Boisvert 

L. Moncion 

P. Killoran 

C. Boon 

do 

T. Roy 

J. Cote 

do 

P. Bergeron 

T. Perreault.... 

C. Sinclair 

A. Stacey 

J. P. Woodrow. 
A. Ouellette.... 

N . Doucette 

J. Taillon 

A. Montgomery, 
W. M. Pozer.. .. 

L. Bloquire 

J. McCallum.... 
C. ]•', ("artier. .. 

H. < ;. Aver 

A. M. Holt 



BagOl \ ill'' and ( M 1 1 < ■ iut iini 

■ ill.- and (irandfi Baie 
I .11- and Wharf.. 



I*]. Leveque. 
.1. Savard. . 
EC. Leveque. 



Baie dea Perei and Lake Temiscam 

ipgue c.c. Farr 

Baillargeon and Railway Station... I'.. Huot 

Baldwin's Mills and Barnston W*. K. Baldwin. 

Barachoisde Malbaie and Wharf.. '1'. S. Vardon... 
Basin du Lievre and Ry. Station. .. F. X. Nanavdle 

■an and Railway Station T. Laguerre. .. 

50 



4 
4 

4 

3 
9 
9 
9 

4i 
1 

3 

9 
10 
6& 4' 
4 
1 
3 

60 yds 

2 
2 
4 

h 

4 

I 

4 
22 

7 
15 

8 
21 

2| 

5 

h 
4 
120 yds 
9 

5£ 
2 
2 
7 
7 
G 

I 

I 

10 

;; 



am 

•r- a; 



3 
12 
12 

12 
6 
6 

12 
3 
2 
2 
1 
1 

12 
3 
1 
3 
2 
6 
1 
2 

12 
G 
6 
2 

12 
3 
G 
1 
2 
2 
3 
6 
6 

12 

6&12 

1 

12 

3 

6 

6 

3 

3 

6 

6 

3 

2 

12 

24 

As req 
do 
do 

1 
3 
3 

As ]•('() 

6 

12 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



6 do (to Nov. 30, '89) 

4 do from do 

2 do (to May 31, '89. . 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (& extra service). 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

G do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



Season 1889. 

do 

do 



12 months. . . 
12 do 
12 do .... 
Season 1889. 
12 months. . . 
12 do .... 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continual. 



Name of Route. 



Amount. 



Batiscanand St. Pierre les Beccjuets 
Beauce Junction and Jersey Mills. 
Beauce Junction and My. Station. 
Beauce Junction and Saints Angea 
Beaudet and Railway Station .... 

Beauharnois and Laberge 

Beauharnois and Melocnville 

do do ..... 

Beauharnois and Railway Station. 
Beauharnois and St. Etienne de 

Beauharnois 

Beaupre and St. Fereol 

Beaurivage and Parkhurst 

Beauvoir and St. Marthe 

Becancour and Ste. Gertrude 

Bfoancour and St. Gregoire 

Becancour Station and Inverness. . . 

Bedford and Pearceton 

■eebe Plain and Railway Station.. 

Beechgrove and Quyon 

Bell .Mount and Otter Lake 

Beliril Village & St. Hilaire Station 

Bennett and Maple Grove 

Beranger and Dunham 

Bbrgerville and Quebec 

Bersimis and Moisie 

Bersimis and Sault au Cochon 

Berthier (en has) and Ry. Station. . . 
Berthier (en hunt) and Isle Dupas. . 
Berthier (tn hunt) and Ry. Station. 

Berthier and Sorel 

Bic and Railway Station 

Bic and St. Valerien de Rimouski . . 
Billerica and Railway Station 

do do 

Birchton and Railway Station 

Birehton and Sand Hill 

do do 

Birchton and Sawyerville 




Bishop's Crossing & East Dudswell. 

Bisson and Railway Station 

BSsson and Saints Anges 

Black Cape and Querry 

Blanche and Thurso 

Blanchet and St. Lambert 

Blandfold and Stanfold 

Blue Bonnets and Railway Station. 

Bods de Filion and Ste. Therese 

Beds Franc and Mattawa 

Bolton Centre, Knowlton and 

Knowlton Landing 

Bolton Forest and Eastman 

Bona venture Island and Perce 

Bonaventure River and Paspebiac. . 



F. Maguy 

A. Lessard. . 

V. Bilodeau . . 
C. Drouin .... 
F. Petitclerc . . 

C. Primeau. . . 

F. Etapin 

J. B. Lebrceuf 
O. I >nquette. . 

do 

F. Michel .... 
J. Machell.. . 
J. E. Poirier. . 
M. Deshaies . . 
N. Vignault . . 
W. Johnston . 

J. Briggs 

C.H.McClintock 
S. Mohr 

G. Palmer ... . 

P. Authier 

J. Bennett 

S. Cook 

J. Drolet 

R. H. Montgom 

ery 

S. Miller 

V. Guilmet . 

P. Moreau 

Plante 

Valois 

R. Colclough. 

Moisan 

M. Pritchard 

A. Pritchard 
R. Bridgette . . 

D. M. Caswell 
C. F. Caswell. 
L. Munn 



H. R. Bishop. 
F. Hamanne . . 
C. Drouin . . . . 
\. Querry. . . 
M. McAiidrew 
T. Paquet 

X. Brull 

A. Dore 

O. Chapleau . . 
C. Rankin . . . 



G. Bice. . . 
C.J. For tin 
P. Bossy ... 
F. Arseneau 



Booth and Dumoine J. Lafreniere . 

; Bordeaux and Railway Station G. Pieard. . . . 

Bordeaux and Sault au Recollet Z. Berard 

' do do .... J. B. Prevost. 

Boscobel and Roxton Falls J. Hackwell . . 

i Botreaux and Ormstown O. Bergevin . . 

j Boulogne and St. Eugene de Gran-j 

foam |G. Tanguay . . 



/ 
3 

3; 

10 

9 

11 

8h 
1 

6 

1 
3 

4 



280 
26 
24 
2| 
2* 
5" 
10 vds 

1 

h 

10 

4 

4 

6 

3 
50 yds 
6 
4i 
16 



46 



51 



2 

12 
3 

13 
14 & 7 

12 
6 
6 
6 

12 
3 
3 


2 
12 
3 
3 
3 
6 
4 
6 
2 
1 

6 

3 
3 



12 month 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do ( from June 1, '89) 

G do (from Oct. 1, '8! 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) 

3 do from do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Season 1889-90. 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

G do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

4 do 5 days (to Aug. 

5, '89) 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30. »89). 

2 do (to May 31, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

2 do (to May 31, '89, 

and arrears). . . 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 
9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



160 00 
678 00 

25 00 
100 00 

10 00 
50 00 
07 50 

22 50 
125 (X) 

1G2 00 

100 00 
58 00 
50 00 

249 00 

197 17 
78 00 

210 00 
75 00 

100 00 
52 92 

150 00 
50 00 
50 00 
90 00 

715 00 

550 00 

78 00 

GO 00 

1G2 50 

444 00 

24 20 

100 00 

10 00 

10 00 

26 00 
40 50 
13 50 

104 34 
40 00 
10 00 
15 00 
GO 00 

180 00 

23 75 
116 7-"i 

52 00 

40 00 

400 00 

475 00 

50 00 
60 00 

100 00 
300 00 
10 00 
30 00 
Mil oi» 
30 00 
42 00 

72 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all Payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name. 

of 

Contractor. 



Bourg Louis and Railway Station . . 

1 »< lynton and Fairfax 

Boynton and Railway Station 

Bngham and Farnham Centre 

Brigham and Railway Station 

Bristol and Railway Station 

Bristol and Glengyle 

Bristol Mines and Elmside 

Britannia Mills and Railway Station 

Briton ville and St. Sauvaur 

Brome and Railway Station 

Brompton and Brompton Faills 

Brookbury and Robinson 

Broeseau Station and Ry. Station. . 
Broughton Station and East Brough- 

ton 

Broughton Station and Ry. Station 
Broughton Station and West 

Broughton 

Brownsburg and Mount Maple. . . . 

Bryson and Portage du Fort 

Bryson and Railway Station 

Buckingham and High Rock 

Buckingham and Railway Station. . 

Buckland and St. Lazare 

Buckland and St. Magloire 

Bulwer and Railway Station 

Cacouna and Railway Station [via 

St. Arsene) 

Cacouna and Railway Station 

Caldwell and Glengyle 

Calumet and Railway Station 

Calumet and St. Remi de Amherst . 
Calumet Island and Campbell's Bay. 

( lalumet [bland and Dunraven 

Campbell's Bay and Ry. Station 

Campbellton and Paspebiac 

' !aatleavery and Scotatown 

Cantley and Kirk's Ferry 

< 'ant ley and Lucerne 

( lap ;i L'Aigle and Murray Bay. . . . 
( lape ( !ove and Wharf 

( 'apelton and Euatia 

I iapeltOE and I {.iil way Station 

Cap Magdeleine and Ry. Station... 

Cap Rouge and Quebec 

Cap St. tgnace and Ry. Station ... . 
( lap Sante and Lea Ecureuila 

< lap Sante and Porl neuf 

< larillon and Lachute 

Carillon and Point Fortune 



P. Russell 

R. Towle 

J. Crosbie ... . 
P. E. O'Connor 

J. Harrison 

G. Morrison . . . 

do 
R. Campbell 

H. Guilbert 

J. Hamilton . . . 
E. S. Chapman 
H. Addison. . . . 

R, Rowe 

A. Lefebvre 

L. Beaudoin 

J. McGee 



M. Rousseau . . . 

J. Warwick 

J. Murtagh 

do 

C. W. Pearson, 
do 

L. Kemner 

P. Tanguay 

A. Sanborn 



J. B. Beaulieu. 
do 

R. Horner 

H. Burch 

L. Champagne. 

J. Cahill 

C. Barsalou 

P. McNally. . . . 

A. Cyr 

R. Groom 

M. Reid 

R. Blackburn . . 

P. Savard 

E. Bourget 

J. Blue 

S. L. Spafford. . 

(). Toupin 

J. Drolet 

H. C. Larue . . 

P. Page 

E. Marcotte . . . 
M. Campeau . . . 
.1. Larocque. . . 



IS 



3 

1 

2 

I 

3* 
10" 
3 
GO yds 



50 yds 



Carillon and Vaudreuil Station.... D. Rochon 



Carmel and Drummond ville I 1 '. Dionne... 

( 'asa all and Railway Station J, Ouellet. . . . 

( lastlebar and I Danville J. Jarvia 

•i and Hamilton ( !ove R. Pincombe. 



do do 

( Jaughnawaga Railway Station and 

( !nateauguay 

( 'auaapecal and Railway Stat ion.. 
Cawood and Danford Lake 



L. E. Aube. 



A. I >csparois . 

R. A. Blais... 

< '<. Tanner . . . 



64 
3| 
8 
5 

I 
15 
18 



o 
2| 

1 

100 yds 
39 

40 yds 

88 

4 

3 

19 

3 



9 

11 

5 
104 

1 



25^ 

9 
3 
5 

if 

n 

200 yda 
9 



6& 



Period. 



6 112 months 

3 12 do . . 
12 J12 do . . 

6 
12 

6 

6 

3 
12 

3 

6 112 do 

3 

2 
12 



12 do 

12 do 

9. do (to Dec. 31, ,89). 

3. do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



6 
12 

6 

1 

6 
12 
*3w 
12 

3 

3 
12 



12 

12 

6 

12 

1 

13 

3 

6 

G 

2 

3 

1 

sreq, 

do 

12 

12 

12 

6 

12 

6 

5 

(i 

12 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 
do 



Amount. 



12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and extra service 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

do 

1 month, (from Mar. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do 



9 days, (to Oct. 5, 
1889.) broken 

period 

(I do 23 days, (broken 
period) 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

(> do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



52 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Cedar Hall and Railway Station. . . 

Ccdais and Railway Station 

Chambly Basin and Railway Station 
phambly Canton and Ry. Station. . 

Ghambord and Metabeenouan 

Ehambord and Roller val 

Chambord and Railway Station 

Champigny and Railway Station. . . 

Cham plain and Railway Station. . . . 

do do .... 

Channay and Piopolis 

Channell and Millington 

Chantelle and Rawdon 

do do 

Chapeau and Fort Coulonge 

Chaplean, Pembroke and Fort 

William _ 

Bharlemange and L'Assomption.. . . 

Bharlemange and Montreal 

Charlesbourg and Charlesbourg 

West 

Charlesbonrg and Quebec 

Charteris and North Clarendon. . . . 

Chartierville and La Patrie 

,Chatboro and St. Philippe d'Argen- 

teuil 

Chatillon and St. Zephirin 

Chaudiere Curve and Ry. Station . . 
Chaudiere Mills and Ry. Station. . . 
Chaudiere Station and Ry. Station. 

Chaumont and St. Agapit 

Chelsea and Old Chelsea 

Chelsea and Ottawa 

Chemin Tache and St. Cyprien 

Chemin Tache and St. Francois 

Xavier de Viger 

Cheneville and Namur 

Cheneville and Papineau ville Station 

Cherry River and Magog 

Chester and North Ham 

Chicoutimi and Grande Baie 

Chicoutimi and Hebertville 

do d° 

Chicoutimi and Laterriere 

Chicoutimi and Tremblay 

Chicoutimi and Wharf 

do do 

Chute aux Iroquis and L'Annon- 

ciation 

do do 

Chute aux Iroquis and St. Jovite . . 

Clairvaux and St. Paul's Bay 

Clapham and Inverness 

Cla rence ville and Lacolle Ry. Station 

Clarenceville and Wolfe Ridge 

Coaticook and Canaan, U. S 

Coaticook and North Coaticook .... 

Coaticook and Rock Island 

Coaticook and St. Malo 

Coaticook, Compton and St. Ed- 

widge 

Coleraine Station and Ry. Station. . 

Coleraine Station and Sanborn 

Coleraine Station and W T olfstown. . 
Collfield and Railway Station 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



J. Smith 

E. Bissonnette. . 
G. E. Mavrand.. 

M. Hackett 

C. Gagnon 

A. G. Matte 

J. Bilodeau 

H. Robitaille.. . . 

J. Abel 

N. Abel 

P. B. Keens.... 

J. Thompson 

A. Morin 

M. Crepeault. . . . 
J. G. Poupore. . . 

A. S. Maloney . . 
J. Belhumeur . . . 
M. Archambault 



E. Lefebvre. 

do 
J. Ralph 
A. Labbe. . 



W. Douglas. . . . 
C. Castonguay. 
A. Lemieux. . . . 
A. Lemieux. . . . 

A. McTeer 

T. Paquet 

G. Edmonds . . . 

R. Hasty 

G. Dallaire 



F. April 

F. Farant 

H. N. Raby 

R. A. Buzzell... 

D. Cote 

U. Gobeil 

E. Girard 

J. B. Bouchard.. 

D. Simard 

N. Laforge 

F. Simard 

A. Guimond .... 



J. Demers 

P. Marinier 

do 

E. Gauthier .... 

J. Forbes 

M. J. Burwort.. 
do 

M. Trihey 

J. Meade 

H. A. Channelle 
C. Breault 



G. Boulay . 
J. Roberge 
F. Hagerty. 
N. Roy ... . 
M. Hughes , 



5^ 



J* 



60 yds 
3 



9 
11 
1 
1 
2 
2 
9 

3| 
17 
17 
21 

22 
9 

m 
H 

5 
3 
9 

2 

30 yds 
3* 

300 yds 
3 

u 

9 

6 

6 

9 
23 

4 
13 
13 
40 
40 
10 

2 



16 
16 
20 

M 

4" 
4 
19 

1* 

20 
30 

10 & 9 
67 yds 
14 
9 
1 



6 

12 

12 

12 

6 

7 

12 

12 

12 

12 

1 

3 

3 

3 

3 

6&3 
6 
6 

2 
2 
3 
2 

3 
3 
12 
6 
6 
3 
6 
6 
1 

2 
3 
6 
3 
3 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
as req, 
as req. 

1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
6 
3 
2 
12 
6 
2 

3 

12 

3 

3 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 



2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 
9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, *89) 
12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

Part of season 1889 .... 
Balance of do 



9 months (to Dec. 31, 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 lo 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 'do 



12 
12 
12 

6 112 



do 
do 
do 
do 



53 



Amount. 



| cts. 

12 00 
180 00 

80 00 

80 00 

350 00 

302 72 

125 20 

si i 00 

45 00 

45 00 

60 00 

10 00 

205 00 

50 00 

345 00 

499 00 
250 00 

500 00 

25 00 
91 25 
40 00 
75 00 

39 00 
64 00 
20 00 

100 00 
35 00 

40 00 
60 00 

200 00 
35 00 

80 00 
130 00 
230 00 
100 00 

60 00 
312 00 
573 00 
218 75 
2S4 96 

80 00 

48 00 

13 50 

56 25 

18 75 
180 00 

72 00 
156 00 
240 (Ki 

40 00 
200 00 

79 72 
450 00 
380 00 

300 00 

40 00 

196 00 

12S 00 

50 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Como and Oka . 



Compton and Martin ville 

do do 

Contrecoeur and Varennes 

Coocoocache and La Tuque 

Cookshire and Island Brook 

Cookshire and Railway Station 

Cooper's Corners and Laguerre 

Corbin and Frontier 

do do 

Coteau du Lac, Coteau Landing and 
Railway Station 

Coteau Landing and Ry. Station. . . 

Coteau Landing and St. Zotique. . . 

Coteau Station and St. Clet ....... 

Cote St. Paul and Railway Station. 

Covey Hill and Vicars 

Cowansville and Railway Station . . 

Craig's Road Station and Frechette 

Craig's Road Station and Ry. Station 

Craig's Road Station and St. Syl- 
vester East 

do do 

Cranbourne and and Culdaff 

Cranbourne and Frampton 

Crossbury and Robinson 

('kiss Point and St. Anne de Resti- 
gouche 

Cross Point and Sellarville 

Cumberland Mills and River Gilbert 

Dablon and Railway Station 

Dalesville and Edina 

I dalesville and Lachute .f 

Dalesville and Louisa 

I dalesville and St. Michel de Went- 

worth 

I );ilhousic Mills and Peveril 

I »anby and Railway Station 

Danford Lake and Kazubazua 

do do 

Danford Lake and Otter Lake 

I )anville and Railway Station 



do do 

Danville and St. ( 'amille 

I >an\ ille and St. George de Windsor 

I lanville and South Hani 

I I'Auteuil and Kingsey Palls 

Delisle and St. Joseph d Alma 

I )ill and Srntsum □ 

Denison's Mills and Richmond Bast 

I tequen and Elailway Station 

I >> i -i.y Line, ELocb island, Stanstead 

and Elailway Station 

Deschambaull and Railway Station 

dins and Elailway Station. . . . 

I )• u itt\ iiic and Elailway Station . . 

I nllonton and Eastman 

I'll aeli and Elailway Station 

I >i\\ ilk and Elailway Station 

Domains de Gentilly and Gentilly.. 

I k)n al and Kailu ay Stat ion . 

I kmglasbui g and Napierville 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



C. Chaurette. 



F. Pierce 

J. Parsons . . 
X. Handheld 
T. Reynolds . 
J. Miller .... 
S. J. Osgood . 
T. Cooper . . 
A. Roberts . . 
E. A. Roberts 



N. Deguire 

G. Gauthier .... 
O. D. Prieur.... 

J. Lalonde 

E. Latour 

W. Orr 

J. E. O'Halloran 

N. Frechette 

N. Fournier . . . . 



L. Demers 

M. Vaillancourt. 

W. Wilson 

V. Lacroix 

W. Ross 



C. Guay 

J. Hume 

T. J. Taylor . . . 

G. Larouche .... 

J. Tomalty 

P. Mc Arthur.... 
W. Watchorn. . . 

M. Meilleur .... 
A. Morrison ... 
S. D. McGee . . . 
H. Heney 

do 

do 

R. M. Gibson . . . 

do 
M. Painchaud . 

■ I . ( rodbout 

L. A. Turcotte. . 
J. D. Morin.... 

T. Maltais 

M.J. McDonald 
J. R. Denjson . . 
O. Couture 



A. Channelle 
Perreault. . . . 
Blondeau. . . . 

I [oliday 

I'. I hifresne. . 
E. Rheault. .. 
K. Baldwin. . 
Beauchesne. . 
I >escary 

Pare* 

54 



O . 

J.J 
a* 



•c-a 

6 I 



Pei-iod. 



Amount. 



1 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


18 


6 


48 


mtly. 


10 


6 


4 


12 
12 


2 


6 


2 


6 


3 & | 


6&12 


2 


19 


H 


6 


6 


6 


1 


12 


. 2 


6 


| 


12 


2| 


3 


10 yds 


12 


24 


6 


24 


6 


5 


3 


8 


3 


3 


2 


2 


6 


10* 


2 


8 


1 


i 


3 


6 


1 


6 





5 


2 


9 


1 


2 


(5 


50 yds 


12 


9 


2 


9 


3 


19 


1 


a 


G 


i 


5 


17 


3 


10 


3 


24 


3 


6* 


2 


8 


2 


54 


1 


7 


2 


2 


3 


l&li 


Oct 18 


2% 


12 


100 yds 


12 


s 


12 


3 


S 


100 yds 


12 


A 


12 


9 


2 


i 


12 


2 


3 



6 months 23 days (broken 

period) 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 dc 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '89). 

7 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

C do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

(5 do from do 

12 do 

8 do 17 days (to Nov. 

17, '89) 

3 do 13 days (from do) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 



;»l Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1(1.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



1 knifflastawn and Wharf 

1 toyle and Sheenboro' 

1 >rummondville and Melbourne. . . 

Drummondville and Railway Station 

Drummondville and St. Cyrille de 
Wendover 

Duclos and Wakefield 

Dudswell Centre and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Dufresne Mills and Ste. Christine. . 

Dufresne Mills and South Durham. 

Dunboro', Scotsmore and Railway 
Station 

Dundee and Railway Station 

Dunham and East Dunham 

Dunham, Stanbridge East and Stan- 
bridge Station 



Kan Hey and Railway Station 

Bast Angus and Linda 

East A ngus and Railway Station. . . 
East Angus and South Dudswell. . . 
East Arthabaska and Larochelle. . . 
Bast Arthabaska and St. Fortunat . 
East Arthabaska and Stanfold 

do do 

East Clifton, Sawyerville and Ca- 
naan, U. S 

East Farnham and Railway Station 

do do 

Bast Magdala and Lyster 

Eastman and Railway Station 

East Templeton and Perkins 

East Templeton and Railway Station 
Eaton and Railway Station .... 



J. H. Martin.. . 

W. H. Maclean 

D. B. Hall 

F. P. Buck 

E. F. Orr. 

L. D. Boulanger 
P. Juneau . . . 

T. Roux 

B. Poisson .... 



Echo Vale and Railway Station. . . . 
Echo Vale Railway Station and 

Piopolis 

do do 

Egypte and St. Ephrem d'Upton. . . 
Elgin Road and Railway Station. . . 

Ehnside and Railway Station 

Emileville and St. Pie 

do do 

do do 

Escuminac and Fleurant 

Ks.nmnaux Point and Moisic 

Etchemin and Levis 

do do 

Etchemin and St. Jean Chrysostome 

Etchemin and St. Nicholas 

Etchemin and South Quebec 



Eani!>oro' and West Shefford. . 
Farndon and Railway Station. . 

Farnham and Magenta 

Farnham and Railway Station. 

do do 

Farnham and St. Sabine 

Farnham and Stanbury 

do do ... 

Farrellton and Stagsburn , A. McDonald 

Father Point and Railway Station.. J. Heppel. 
Father Point and Rimouski P. Beaulieu 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



( '. Kennedy. . . 

J. Bush 

P. Duguay 

J. F. Picoten... 

S. Guevremont. 
S. T. Gatignol. 



C. Lothrop 

X. Legrand. . . 
J. O. J. Dufresne 



F. E. Scott. 

J.Tyo 

J. Call 



W. W. Sawyer. . 
C. H. Mansfield. 

do 
A. Rousseau .... 

S. Daignault 

C. Robitaille.... 

P. Devost 

A. Taylor 



J. P. Jones. 



J. Frc 



ranc<eur, jun 



H. Ryan , 

E. Chaput 

F. Belanger. . . . 
R. Campbell. . . 
L. N. Belisle. . . 
M. Drolet . . . . 
M. Gauthier . . . 

J. Doherty 

W. Langlais . . . 

E. Leclerc 

F. Joncas 

A. Pichet 

M. Carrier 

P. E. Bourassa. 

J. Enright. 



S. Paquette 

T. Fournier 

L.E.S.Choquette 
do 

C. Lague 

P. Beattie 

M. J. Beattie. 



15 



2i 
2| 
4 

2i& 2 
" I 

13 & 7 

4 

100 yds 
4i 
4 

17 
5 
5 

28 & 6 
1 
1 
4 
1 
9 
1 



33 yds 



3£ 
1 
1 
1 
8 
125 

6 
3 
9 
4 

2| 

14rods 
5 



55 



o ^ 



Period. 



Asreq 

6 

12 



6 

2 

12 
3 
6 

3&6 
12 

G 



6 
3 
12 
3 
3 
3 
6 
6 

2&1 

6 

12 

1 

12 

2 

12 

12 

12 

6 
6 
6 
3 

6 
6 

G 
6 

1 



Season 1889 . 
12 months . . 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 



7 do (to Oct. 31, '89). 
12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do (to June 30, '89). 
do from do 



12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) . 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do 



12 do 



27 days (from 
Aug. 5, '89).. 



do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

3 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

G do from do 

12 do 

Season 1889-90 

C> months (to Sept. 30, '89) 

6 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

7 do (to Oct. 31, '89).. 

5 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, *90) 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 



Amount. 



| cts. 



59 ;,(» 


70 00 


500 00 


48 oo 


si; 33 


95 00 


200 on 


40 00 


50 00 


125 00 


100 00 


115 00 


368 00 


60 00 


50 00 


16 00 


60 00 


60 00 


214 00 


24 64 


93 75 


250 00 


75 00 


37 50 


26 00 


95 00 


100 00 


110 00 


65 48 


18 00 


120 00 


147 50 


162 00 


35 00 


125 00 


13 00 


13 00 


26 00 


37 00 


420 00 


1 22 50 


200 00 


112 00 


281 25 


100 00 


52 00 


25 »'(. 


50 00 


«.i7 50 


28 75 


7:. 00 


4ii mi 


41 GG 


411 (Ml 


29 75 


105 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Fleurian and St. Luce Station 

Fontenelle and Gaspe Basin. ...... 

Fontenoy and Melbourne 

Fort Coulonge and Railway Station 
Fortierville and St. Jean d'Eschail- 

lons 

do do 

F< >i tin and Matane 

Foster and Railway Station .... 
Fox River and Grand Greve.. . . 
Fox River and St. Anne des Monts 

Frampton and Ste. Henedine 

Frampton and Springbrook 

Franklin Centre and Hemmingford. 
Franklin Centre and Huntingdon . . 

do do 

Franklin Centre and Stamesboro' . . 
Frelighsburg and North Pinnacle . . 
Frelighsburg and St. Ann and St'n . 

Frelighsburg and Sweetsburg 

French Village and Richmond East 

Frost Village and Waterloo 

Fulford and Waterloo 



(xalson and Gould 

Garland and St. Chrysostome 

Garthby Station and Ry. Station . . 

< i-asparme and Holton 

Gasped Basin and Gaspe Bay South. 
I S-aspe Basin and Grand Greve 

< rasped Basin and Perce 

I raspe Basin and Wharf 

I renoa and St. Hennas 

I .-nt illy and Leclercville 

Gentilly and Three Rivers 

do do 

Georgeville and Knowlton Landing 
Geoi -'\ [lie and Magog 

< i-eorgeville and Magoons Point. . . . 
i reorgeville and Stanstead Junction 

< Seralaine and Stockwell 

I rira id and Railway Station 

Glengyle and Railway Station 

< Hen I ver and Sherbrooke 

Gould and North Hill 

( Sould and Red Mountain 

< rOllld and ScotstOU n 

do do 

Gould Station and Railway Station. 

< rranboro' and ( rranby 

< rranby and M ilton 

do do 

Granby and Railway station 

I rranby and Stafford Mountain .... 

do do .... 

< rrande Baie and L'Anse St. Jean. 
( hrande Baie and St. I rrbain 

< rrand ( 'aecapedia and New Rich- 

mond 

< rrandei ( loudeet and Jersey M ills.. 
Grand M.6i is and M«-t is Poinl 

Grand Metis and Railway Station.. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Caron 
Stanley . . . 
Fraser . . . . 
G. Bryson. 



B. Fortier. 
do 

Fortin. . . 
B. Inglis. . 

Tapp 

Philibert. . 
Audette . . 
Clark..... 
McGinnis 
W. Bates . 



W. D. McCallum 

S. Huet 

G. C. Chadburn 
A. Shelters 

F. Pickel 

Z. Houle 

G. Moynan .... 
L. Bourgeois. . . 

M. L. Mclver . 
F. Z. Delisle..., 
T. Jacques .... 

F. Delage 

J. H. Eden 

A. G. Annett. . 

D. Grant 

J. Davis 

J. Gordon .... 
N. Beauchesne . . 

L. Brunelle 

N. Beauchesne . . 

D. A. Bullock . . 
C. A. Rexford.. 

A. Magoon 

W. H. Rediker . 

C. Newman 

T. Girard 

G. Morrison .... 

J. Mclver 

I). W. McDonald 

0. Smith 

S. Labonne 

I ). Morrison .... 
I!. ( 'owan .... 
G. Vittie 

E. Caroline 

A. Clow 

s. rag...... 

E. Deslauriers . 

W. Barr 

R. ( i-agnon 

A. Fortin 



W. Robertson. 
M. Oahill 

W. K. Tagc... 



do 







s 


Pt* 




S ~ 




H £ 


S -£ 


ssr^ 


O u 


.M 


5 & 


A 


& 


18 


3 


8 


1 


6 


2 


h 


6 


9* 


3 


11 


3 


6 


1 


* 


24 


20 


3 


107 


2 


13 


6 


4 


3 


16 


6 


16 


6 


16 


6 


2 


6 


6* 


3 


10 


6 


13i 


6 


15 


6 


2* 


6 


4 


2 


5^ 


2 


4 


3 


i 
s 


12 


34 


2 


44 


3 


15 


3 


36 


6 


i 


as req. 


3? 


2 


25 


6 


16 


6 


16 


6 


2 


3 


10 


6 


5* 


2 


13 


6 


3A 


2 


24 yds 


12 


50 yds 


6 


74 


2 


4l 


2 


5 


2 


7A 


6 


74 


6 


1 


12 


6 


3 


9 


6 


9 


6 


h 


12 


8 


3 


8 


3 


54 


2 


68 


3 


U 


2 


14 


3 


6 


(i 


3 


12 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do 24 days (to Feb. 
24, '90, less fine) 

1 do 4 days (from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

13 do (to April 30, '90). 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (less fines) . . . 

Season 1889 

12 months , 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

8 do (to Feb. 28, '90). . 
1 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 

11 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 
12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



3 do (to Sept. 15, '89, 

and arrears) . . 

12 do 



56* 



04 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1801 



Detail of ul 1 payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



Nan if 

of 

Contractor. 



Grand Mere and Lac a la Tortue. . . 

Grand M6re and Ste. Flore 

Grandes Piles and LaTuque 

Grandes Piles and Ste. Flore 

Grandes Piles and Shawenegan 

Grand Pabos and Ste. Adelaide de 

Pabos ^ 

Grand River and Wharf 

Grand St. Esprit and St. Monique 

dr Nicolet 

( irtrn River and St. Antonin 

Green River and St. Modeste 

( treenahields and St. Cyr 

Green Mount and Thorne Centre . . 

GrenviUe and Lost River 

Grenville and Railway Station 

do do 

Grindstone Island and House Har- 

bor, &c 

Grondines and Railway Station .... 

Hadlow Cove Road and St. David 

de Levis 

Sallerton and Hemmingford . . 
Halverson and Martin's Lake 

Halverson and Masham Mills 

Hardwood Flat and Robinson 

Harvey Hill Mines and West 

Broughton 

Hathaway and Railway Station 

1 1 at ley and Railway Station 

Heathton and South Barnston 

Hebertville and Metabechouan ... 
Hebertville and St. Joseph d'Alma 
Hedley ville and St. Roch de Ouebe< 

Helena and White's Station 

Hemison and St. Malachie 

Hemmingford and Roxham 

Henrysburg and Lacolle 

Henryville and Stanbridge Station 
Hey worth and Railway Station. . . 
High Rock and Notre Dame du 

Laus . . 

High Rock and Poltimore 

Hochelaga and Longue Pointe. . 

Hochelaga and Montreal 

do do 

Holland's Mills and Challifoux Point 
Holton and Ste. Clothilde de Cha 

teauguay 

Howick and Railway Station .... 



A. Scott 

T. Deziel 

P. Chandonnet. 
J. Deziel ...... 

H. Therien 



do 



E . 

y 



Soucy 

A. Boudin . . . 

A. Pinard 

April 

Chouinard . . . 

E. Dyson 

McDowell.. . . 

McPhee 

A. Williamson 
Cummings . . . 



Patton . 
Cote . . . 



J. Halle 

T. Kenney... 

J. C. Martin . 



T. Moore 

W. R. Todd... 



J. McGee 

W. Cosgrove ... 

B. Martin 

W. W. Heath. . . 
E. Girard 

C. Hebert 

J. DeBlois 

T. Salen 

T. Smith 

W. C. Kingsbury 

G. Giroux 

P. Girard 

H. McVeigh 



D. Vincent . . . 
J. H. Bonsall. 
N. Richard . . . 
J. H. Brown.. 
N. Racine 
G. Go wan. . 



C. B. Bergevin. . 
L. Parent 



do 



do 



Howick and St. Chrysostdme T. Hebert. . . 

Hull and Ottawa. B. D'Arpentigny 

do do M. LeBlanc . . 

Hull and Street Letter Boxes do 

Hull, Ottawa and Railway Station. B. D'Arpentigny 

Hunterstown and Louiseville . . . . jG. Blais 

Huntingdon and Railway Station. . J. Paulman. . 



2i 
4 
72 



5 

6" 
19 

H 
11 



1 

4^ 

5 

11 

: :, » 
1 
Sh 

ft 

12 
12 

4' 
8 
6 
8£ 



314 
(i 

3S 
24 
2i 
2$ 



- 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do . . 

Special trips, snow block' 

ade on railway 

do do 



4 Season 1889. 
as req. do 



2 
2 

34 

lefe 2 
17 
* 



6 

3 

1 

2 

2 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
12 
6 
1 
2 
3 
6 
6 

1 

3w 2s 

6 

18 

18 

3 

3 
12 

18 

6 

12 
6 

12 
8 
6 

12 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

12 do 



do 

do 

do 19 days (from Oct 
12, '90) .... 

do 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 



Amount. 



57 



do 

do 15 dvs. (to Oct 

15, '89) 

do 16 days (from 

do ).. 

do 

do (to Oct. 31, S'.n.. 
do 29 dys. (to Oct. 

31,' '89) I 

do 

do (to May 31, *90).. 

do 

do 15 dvs. (to Oct. 

15,' '89) I 



60 00 
138 00 

237 00 

8 00 
3 00 

52 00 
GO 00 

50 00 
00 00 

115 00 
25 00 
78 00 

200 00 
36 00 
12 00 

24 00 

192 00 



50 00 

75 00 

18 80 

100 00 

20 00 

80 00 

50 00 

125 00 

40 00 

390 00 

400 00 

62 60 

147 00 

25 00 

35 00 

120 00 

189 00 

76 10 

271 56 
75 00 
250 00 
117 37 
337 50 
60 00 

34 00 

30 70 

27 44 

240 00 

58 33 

32 21 
144 49 
291 67 
370 00 

43 86 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



ea:2 
ft 






Huntingdon and Railway Station. . J. Paulman 



Inverness and Kinnear's Mills. . . 

Inverness and Leeds .... 

Inverness and New Ireland .... 
Inverness and Ste. Julie Station. 

Iron Hill and Sweetsburg 

I -land Brook and New Mexico. . . 
[ale aux Coudres and St. Paul's Bay 

[sle aux Coudres and Wharf 

Isle aux Grues and Montmagny 

Isle Bizard and St. Genevieve 

Isle Perrot and Ste. Anne de Belle- 



vue 

[sle Verte and Notre Dame de 

l'lsle Verte 

do do 

Isle Verte and Railway Station 

Isle Verte and St. Paul dela Croix. 

Jersey Mills and Marlow 

rohnville and Railway Station 

Joliette and Railway Station 

Joliette and St. Liguori 

Joliette and Ste. Melanie 

Joliette and St. Paul d'Industrie. . . 

Joynt and North Wakefield 

do do 



Kamouraska and Railway Station . 

do do 

Katevale and North Hatley 

do do 

Kazubazua and Lake St. Mary . . . . 

Kazubazua and Venosta 

Keith and Robinson 

Kelso and Trout River Railway 

Station 

Kildare and St. AJphonse 

Kingsey Falls and Lome. ... 

Kingsey Kails and Robson 

Kinnear'a M ills and Leeds 

Kiskisink and Railway Station.... 
Knoulton and Railway Station 

do do .. . 

Knowlton and St. Ktimn*- de Bolton 



J. Quan 

J. McKeage . . 
J. Jamieson . . 
W. Johnston . 
W. Moffatt. .. 
W. H. Taylor. 
J. Dufour . . . . 
E. Dufour.... 
N. Lebel. .... 
E. Roussin . . . 



J. Monpetit . 

T. Fraser. . . 
P. T. Fraser. 
L. A. Bertrand 
A. Boucher. 



M. Cahill. . . . 

E. P. Smith. 
J. Mireault . . 
M. Riopelle. . 
L. Belleville. 

F. Perreault. 
R. Joynt.. 

do 



J. B. Pelletier 
N. Pelletier. . . 
J. O. Paradis. 
H. B. Ayers . . 
X. B. Leveille. 
J. McCaffrey. 
J. McLennan. 



I). McFarlane 
G. E. Trudeau 
M. Morin 

H. Gagnon 

H. V. Goff.... 
J. Bernier. . . . 
S. N. Courtney 
A. E. Kimball 
L. Paulin. . . . 



La Baie ami Nicolel 

La Baie and St. Zephirin 

La Baie and Yamaska 

La Beauoe and Kail way Station. 

La Beauoe and St. Blzear 

L \< adie and Raita ay Station. . , 

d<. do 
L'Acadie and St. Jaoqueele Mineur I'-. 
Lachenaie and Terrebonne A. 

do do C. 

L i< li. \ rotiere and Railway Station V. 
Lachine Locks and Railway Station V. 
Lachine Rapids and Kail way Station I). 
Lachine Stat ion and Letter Bos ... .1. 



Lachute and Lachute Mills. . . 

Lachute and Lakefield 

Lachute and Railway Station . 

Lachute and Shrewsbury 



Vigneau . . 

do . . 

do 
I'.. < rregoire 

Racine 

Tremblay.. 

Piladeau . 
F. Poirier. 
Lapierre. . . 
Pauze 

Portelance. 
X. ( rariepy 
Dunberry . 
( ^Flaherty. 

Fish 

Rogers .... 
L. Meikle. 
( Ihambers 



58 



9i 

12 

17 
11 

8 

4 

9 

6 

6 



H 

6 
6 
1 

10 

L3 

8" 

9 
14 

4 

9 
12| 

5 
5 

4 -r 
■ih 

5 

7 
Sh 

3A 

12" 

1 
7 
it 



a 
I 

5 

If 

\ 
2 

2 
1 
9 

Vi\ 



1 

1 

12 

2 

3 

6 

12 

6 

6 

6 

2<fc3 

2&3 

12 
12 
3 
3 
2 
1 
3 

6 

3 

12 

2 

3 

(> 

24 

24 

3 

(5 

G 

(5 

12 

(> 

12 

12 

(i 

(> 

<; 

6 
12 


12 
12 

3 
12 

3 



Period. 



5 months 16 days (from 

Oct. 16, 89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1,'89) 

12 do ' 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

9 do from do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89) 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

!> do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



14 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued, 



Detail 



Name of Route. 



de 



Lac Masson and St. Jerdme. . . 
Masson and St. Lucie 

Doncaster 

Lacolle and Odelltown 

Lacolle and St. Bernard, Sud 

Lac Rond and Namur 

Lac Sr. Joseph and Railway Station 
La Decharge and La Fourche des 

Chemins 



La I >echarge and Tremblay 

Lake Aylnier and Lake Weedon. . . 
do do 

Lake Beauport and Quebec 

Lake Edward and Railway Station. 

Lake Etchemin and Langevin 

Lake Etchemin and Ste. Rose de 
Watford... 

Lake Etchemin and Standon 

Lake Megantic and Railway Station 

Lake Temiscamingue and Mattawa. 

Lake Temiscamingue and North 
Temiscamingue 

Lake Weedon and Railway Station 

Laniartine and Railway Station. . . 

Lambton and Railway Station 

5 Lambton and Stornoway 

Lambton and Valletort 

, Landreville and Ormstown 

Land Villa and Railway Station. . . 

L'Annonciation and Nominique 

Lanoraie and Railway Station 

L'Anse a Giles and Railway Station 

L'Anse au Foin and Tremblay 

: La Patrie, Scotstown & West Ditton 
rite Riviere Que., & Ry. Stat'n 
tite Riviere St. Francois and 
! St. Cassien des Caps 

L« 1 Maine and Railway Station 

Laprairie and Railway Station 

La Presentation and St. Hyacinthe. 

L'Assomption and St. Sulpice 

Laurentides and Railway Station. . 

Laurentides&StCalixtedeKilkenny 

Laurentides and Ste. Therese de 
Bainville 



Laurel and Lost River 

1 Lauzon and Levis 

I Lauzon and St. Joseph de Levis . . . 

■' Laval and Quebec 

" Lavaltrie and Railway Station 

Lawrenceville and North Stukely. . 

II Lacy Bogan and New Richmond . . . 
» I 

«• Leclercville and St. Croix 

and St. Sylvester 

- and Wilson's Mills 

11 Lennox ville and Milby 

Lennoxville and Railway Station.. 

•Id and Shrewsbury 

! iTEpiphanie and Railway Station. . 

1 i'Epiphanie and St. Jacques 

* Epiphanie and Ste. Julienne 

Kboulements and Quai des 
^ Eboulements 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



3 a 



M. Piche. 



N. Forget 

T. H. Clarkson. 
J. B. Bedard... 

B. Corbeil 

R. Sissons 



J. Sheehy 

B. Bouchard 

A. Gannon 

L. A. Boisvert. . 

P. Brown 

D. F. Johnston.. 
L. Mercier 



A. Chabot 

J. Fortin 

I. N. Thibodeau 
E. J. Smith 



A. McBride . . 

F. Briere 

P. Cloutier... 
L. Langlois . . . 

E. Belanger . . 
A. Boutin .... 
V. Breault.... 
C. Lavallee . . . 
V. Marti neau. 
N. Delisle... 
J. F. Giasson. 

F. Tremblay.. 

S. Rolin 

A. Roy 



P. Bouchard 

C. Gauthier 

A. Lamarre 

H. Auger 

J. Royal 

J. M. V. Latour 
P. Chartrand. . . 



R. C. Laurier. 



M. McCluskey. 

H. Martin 

E. Ruel 

T. Keough 

A. Laviolette. . 

C. Colin 

R. Brash 



L. Langlois 

J. Craigie 

H. McCutcheon, 

A. Aldrich 

E. W. Abbott. . 
J. Thompson . . . 

E. Leblanc 

G. Forest.' 

T. Belle 



J. Dufour 



o § 



22 

10 
3 
2 

7 
f 

6 

21 
12 
12 
13 
15 yds 
12 

12 

12 

275 yds 

140 

26 
60 yds 
3 
14 
9 
8 
4 
2 
12 
6 
2 
8 
9& 3 
i 

7 

H 

I 

6 
5 

i 

10 



4 
45 

18 
9 
2 
5 

6 

it 

18" 



5 ( J 



Period. 



12 month? 

12 do . 

12 do 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 



do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

do 



12 do 

12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Special trips, snow block- 
ade on railway 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do 18 days (to July 
20, 1889) 

9 do (from Jul v 1, '89) 

6 do (to Sept. 30, >89). 

6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



3 72 trips . 



Amount. 



I ote. 

250 00 

L56 00 

48 00 
30 00 
4o 00 
24 00 

27 00 

18 75 

134 25 

34 94 
150 00 

8 33 
290 00 

50 00 

270 00 

18 00 

1,363 64 

200 00 

24 00 

50 00 

375 00 

212 00 

194 48 

50 00 

48 00 

80 00 

89 50 

80 00 

156 00 

225 00 

35 00 

216 66 
14 00 
70 00 

200 00 

175 00 
75 00 

120 00 



16 no 
36 00 
100 00 
140 (X) 
100 00 
192 00 

Kl.l no 

273 00 

450 00 

60 00 

50 00 

124 00 

109 33 

nil 00 

100 (X) 

325 00 

480 00 

36 00 



16—6 



54 Victoria, 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



a 



■8* 

Hi 



Period. 



Les Eboulements and Settrington . . 
Les Eboulements and Wharf .... 
Les Escoumains & Sault au Cochon 

Les Escoumains and Tadousac 

Levis and Notre Dame de Levis. . . . 
Levis and Quebec 

do do 

Levis and Railway Station (I.C.R.) 

do do (Q-'C.). 

Levis and St. Michel 

Levis and Street Letter Boxes 

Levis and Sub Office 

Levis and Three Rivers 

Lineboro' and Railway Station 

Liniere and Metgermette 

LTslet and Railway Station 

Longueuil and Railway Station 

Lorette and Railway Station 

do do 

Lome and Railway Station. ... 

Lotbiniere and Riviere Boisclair — 
do do 

Louiseville and Nancy 

Louiseville and Railway Station 

Louiseville and Ste. Ursule 

do do 

Lourdes and Somerset 

Low and Maniwaki 

Low, Man i waki and North Wakefield 
Luskville and Railway Station 



T. Audet. .... 
F. Tremblay. . . . 
J. Boissonneault 
F. Brisson 

E. Bedard 

H. Martin. . . 

do 

do 

F. Begin 

M. Guay 

M. Gagnon 

E. Bedard 

P. Genest 

J.Wood 

J. Morin 

M. E. Ballantyne 

G. Brissette .... 

L. Richard 

C. Elbeuf 

E. D. Adams . . . 
T. N. F. Lemay. 

F. X. Beaudet. . 

R. Caron 

P. Lefebvre 

P. Picotte 

A. Sevignie 

J. B. G. Nadeau 
W. Brooks ..."... 

do 

F. Desbiens 



Maddington Falls and Ry. Station. 

Magog and Railway Station 

Malmaison and Notre Dame de 

Stanbridge 

Maniwaki and Montcerf 

Maniwaki and River Joseph 

Maniwaki and St. Boniface 

.Mansonville and Railway Station. . 

Mansonville and Vale Perkins 

Mansonville Railway Station and 

Wee1 Potton 

Maple Grove and Richardville. .:. 

Maple Grove and Wolfstown 

Maple Leaf and Sawyerville 

Maple Etidge and Railway Station . 
Marbleton and Elailway Station. . . 

.Maria and Maria Kast 

Marlow and U. S. Boundary Line.. 

do do 

Mai --I'll and Noi re I tame dea Bois. 

Mar den and Elailway Stat. ion 

Mai sden and Whitwick 

Maryland and Elailway Station 

do do 

iche and Mascouche Rapids.. 

Uche and l!ailwa\ Stat ion.. . . 

Masham Mill i and Wakefield 

;oche and St. Gabriel de 

Brandon 

Matane and Railway Stat ion .... 

do do .... 
Matane and St. Ann.- de Mont-. 
Matapedia and Railway Stat ion .. 
Mai &pedia and Runnj mede 



M. Crochetiere . . 
L. N. Allard.... 



I. Hebert 

P. Paradis 

T. White 

C. Gauthier 

W. B. Manson , 
J. M. Alex.... 



M. L. Elkins.. . 
J. Neagle 

F. Boulanger — 
J. W. Blanche.. 

G. Morrison .... 

o. Cdte 

.1. Beijold 

< S-.W. Thompson 

J. Farley 

C. Demers 

-I. I). Morrison.. 
J. R. McDonald 

■ I.C Hell 

M. J. Bell .... 
G. Alexander. . . 

1*. Robert 

I'. Bertrand . . . . 



.1. (). Heinault. 
W. Pelletier... 
I. Belanger. . . . 

• I. Labrie 

E. Doiron . 
•I. Lawlor 



27 



as req. 
3 
4 

12&18 
18 



24 

12 

6 

18 

12 

6 

12 

2 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

3 

3 

2 

12 

6 

6 

1 

3 

3 &6 

6 

6 
12 

6 
1 
1 
1 
6 
3 

3 
3 
2 
6 
12 
12 
3 
3 
3 
3 
12 
2 
(> 
(i 
3 
(i 
1 

1 
6 

6 

3 
12 

1 



12 mpnths 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

Special service 

12 months 

12 do & special service 

12 do 

12 do 

7 do (to Oct. 31, '89). 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
6 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

12 do 

12 do 

G do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

G do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

(> do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



GO 



51 Victoria 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail ot all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



Melbourne and New Rockland 

Melbourne and Richmond Station. . 
Melbourne and Upper Melbourne.. 

Melbourne and Waterloo 

Metabechouan and St. Gedeon 

Methot's Mills and Ste. Agathe 

Methot's Mills and St. Flavien 

Millc Isles and St. Jer6me 

Miletta and Railway Station 

Minton and North Hatley 

.Mirabel and St. Hernias 

Mongenais, Ste. Justine de Newton 
and Railway Station 

do do 

"Mont Carmel and Railway Station 
Montebello and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Montfort and Morin Flats 

Montniagny and Railway Station. 

do do 

Montmorency Falls and Quebec 

Montpellier and Ripon 

Montreal and Mount Royal Vale . 

Montreal and Outremont 

Montreal and Ry. Stations (C.P.R. 

Montreal, C.P.R. and G. T. R 

Stations (Transfer) 



and 



do do 

Montreal, Receiving Houses 

Street Letter Boxes 

Montreal and St. Eustache 

ft I < mtreal and St. Gabriel de Montreal 
Montreal and St. Leonard de Port 

Maurice 

do do 

Montreal and Sault an Recollect. . . 

Montreal and Varennes 

Montreal and Wharf 

Mont St. Nicholas and Ry. Station 
Moore's Station & Railway Station . 
Morehead and Railway Station 
Morin Flats and St. Adolphe de 

Howard 

Mount Johnson and Versailles 

do do 

Murray Bay and St. Agnes 

do do 

Murray Bay and St. Paul's Bay . . . 

Murray Bay and St. Simeon 

Murray Bay and Tadousac 

Murray Bay and Wharf 



Napierville and Stottville 

Neigette and St. Flavie Station 

New Armagh and St. Sylvester 

Newbois and Scott Junction 

New Carlisle and Wharf 

New Glasgow and Railway Station. 
N«\v Glasgow and St. Jerome 



Newport and Paspebiac . . . 
Newport and Perce 

Newport and Wharf 
Newport Point and Wharf 



M. Delaney. . . . 

J. Largie 

N. Coburn . . . 
S. Jamieson . . 
T. Duchaine. . . 

L. L. Ratte 

do 

T.Taylor 

M. A. Murray. 

A. E. Fish 

L. Lacroix 



J. Marleau 

A. Labelle 

R. Lavoie 

C. Major 

F. X. Major . . . 
M. Boulaire . . . 
L. P. Gendreau 

C. Larcher 

L. Laplante. . . . 
L. Montpellier. 
O. F. Lilly 

B. T. Cooke... 

C. A. Dumaine. 

do 
A. Labelle 



U 



\l 



6 * 



P. Kennedy 
H. Munier.. 
P. Doyle.... 



J. Gervais 

do . ... 
F. St. Vincent. 

H. Dubois 

A. Dumaine . . . 

T. Girard 

P. C. Moore... 
W. Clarke 



H. Paquet. . . . 
T. Moquin . . . 
A. T. Moquin 
J. Savard .... 
T. Lapointe . . 
A. Bouchard . 
H. Savard .... 
J. Gaudrault . 
F. Tremblay . 



Hetier . 

Beaulieu 

J. Orr 

C. Genest . 
T. Caldwell 
F. Langlois. 
do 



W. P. Rainier . . 
N. G. Tremblay. 

J. Jessop 

do 



33 

8 

8 

4 

12 

143 yds 

if 

3&li 
3&1J 
3 
i 

6 1 

1 
1 

8 
7 
4§ 

a 

450 yds 



15 



24 yds 



9 

4 

4 

9 

9 
30 
20 
42 

3 

7 
8 

4£ 
9 

I 
I 



6 
12 
13 
3 
6 
6 
(i 
3 
6 
3 
G 

6 &12 
6 &12 
4 
6 



2 

12 

12 

G 

1 

12 

6 

60&48 



6 

6 

6 

12 

12 

12 

6 

1 
6 
6 
3 

3 
G 

4 &3 
4 

as req. 

G 
3 
2 
G 

as req. 
12 



Period. 



12 month* 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 

12 do . 



8 do (to Nov. 30, '89). 
4 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 
3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (less fine) 

12 do 

10 do (from June 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and extra trips) 

do 18dys. (from July 

14, '89) 

Special trip 



12 months. 
12 do .. 

12 do ... 



6 11 do (to Feb. 28, '90). 
1 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

9 months (to Dec. 31, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 



6 

6 

as req. 
as req. 



12 do 

3 do (to June 30, *89). 

9 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

G do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

G do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

Season 1889 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

Special trips, snow block- 
ade on railway 

12 months 

12 do (less fine) 

Season 1889 

do 



.Amount. 



| Cti. 

240 00 

100 00 

100 00 

500 00 

300 00 

180 00 

125 00 

122 00 

10 00 

52 00 

56 00 

125 33 
73 33 
G5 00 
30 00 
10 00 
52 00 

120 00 

99 00 

280 00 
41 G7 

240 00 

40 00 

2,416 05 



46 25 
1 00 

4,016 99 

1,000 00 

250 00 

256 66 
25 50 

loll IIO 

600 00 

122 50 

18 00 

15 00 

10 00 

45 00 

37 50 

112 50 

17 43 

51 00 
1,170 00 

136 00 
330 00 
168 00 

140 00 
80 00 
50 00 

300 00 
58 00 

52 00 

10 00 
1,080 00 
1,288 21 

64 00 
64 00 



61 



16—6^ 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued, 



Detail 



Name of Route. 



New Richmond and Stanley House 

Nicolet and St. Gregoire . . 

Nicolet and St. Monique de Nicolet 

Normandin and St. Felicien. .... 

North Georgetown and Ry. Station 

North Hatley and Railway Station 

North Nation Mills and Ry. Station 

North Onslow and O'Connell 

North Onslow and Quyon 

North Sutton and West Brome .... 

North Wakefield and Ottawa 

North Wakefield and Rupert 

Norton Creek and St. Remi 

Notre Dame de Rimouski and Rail- 
way Station 

Notre Dame des Anges and St. 
Ubalde 

Notre Dame des Laus and St. 
Gerard de Montarville 

Notre Dame du Portage and Rail- 
way Station 

Old Lake Road & Railway Station. 
Ormstown and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

Otter Lake and Shawville 

Otter Lake and Thornby 

Painchaud and Somerset 

Papineauville and St. Amedee 

Paspebiac and Wharf 

Perce and Wharf 

Perthius and Railway Station 

Pierreville and St. Elphege 

Philipsburg and St. Armand Rail- 
way Station 

do do 

Pointe au Chene and Ry. Station . . 

Pointe aux Orignaux and Riviere 
Ouelle 

Pointe aux Trembles and Quebec . . 

I'm! ntc aux Trembles and Riviere 
des Prairies 

Pointe Bleue and Roberval 

Pointe Claire and Railway Station. 

Pointe du Lac and Railway Station 

Pointe I rat ineau and Ry, Stat ion . . 

Point St. Peter and Wharf 

Pointe Seche and St. Paschal 

I'mit <!<■ Maskinonge' and Railway 

St.lt ion 

Pont de Maskinonge' and St. Justin 

Pont Rouge and Railway Station.. 
Ponl Viau and Pont <ln Bault 

du Fori and Rj . Station . . 

: laniel ( lentre ana Wharf .... 

Pari Lewis and St. Anicel 

Portneufand Railway Station. ... 

Quebec and Railway Stations 

Quebec, St. Francois and St. Jean 

d'Orleans 

Quebec, Faubourg St. dean and 

Street Letter Boxes 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



R. Brash 

J. Page 

H. Beaudry . . . 

N. Picard 

L. Turcot ... 
B. Le Baron . . . 
D. Landriau . . . 
J. Murphy .... 
W. Richardson 

O. Sweet 

R. Hasty 

R. Joynt 

J. B. Boyer . . . 

A. Parent .... 
X. Marcotte . . . 

B. Grenier 

A. Nadeau 



P. Caron 

T. H. Paling . . 

do 
C. R. Morrison 
J. Hill 



J. O. Huard. 
R. Robinson. 
P. D. Loisel. 
T. E. Flynn . 
E. L. Sewell. 
J. Boivin .... 



E. Best 

F. Cadorette . 
T. Mathews . 

J. B. Hudon. 
F. Voyer 



F. Roy 

L. E. Otis 

F. Lanthier 

A. Biron 

T. Gagnon 

P. Bond... 

A. Desjardins . . 

A. Lafrenic re 
E. M. Ohapde- 
Laine 

d. Denis 

T. Belanger 
I). M. Rattray . 

d. Lau rence. . . . 

S. I hipuis 

E. Marcotte. . . 



('. Hough.... 
A. Maranda 
M. Martel . . . 



05 J 



1^ as req. 
12 



34 

7 
7 
2 

264 
5 
94 



200 ft. 

7 

2 
2 
33yds. 

2h 
22 

6 

5 
1 

4 

1 

11 



62 



27 

2\ 



6 
3 
6 
6 
6 
2 
3 
3 
6 
3 
6 

6 

3 

1 

6 

6 
12&18 

18 
3 
2 

3 

2 

as req. 

as req. 

12 

6 

12 
12 
12 

6 &12 
G 

(> 

3 

(i 

12 

12 

as req, 

3 

12 

6 

12 
(i 

18 

as req. 

3 

12 



Period. 



Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

7 do 15 davs (to Nov 
15,*'89) 

4 do 15 dys. (from do) 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

do 

3 months (from Jan. 1, '90) 
12 do 



6 do (to Sept, 30, '89). 
6 do from do 
12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do .... 
12 do 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do 
Season 1889, 
12 months . . 



12 do 



12 do .... 
12 do .. . 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
Season 1889. 
12 months . 
12 do .... 



12 do 



do 

do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c- 



.( Continued, 



Name of Route. 



Quebec and St. Sauveur de Quebec. 
Quebec and St. Tite des Caps 

do do 

Quebec and Spencer Cove.. 

Quebec and Stoneham 

Quebec and Wharf 

do do 

Quinnville and Templeton 

Quyon and Railway Station 



Radford and Shawville 

Rapides des Joachims and Rowanton 

Kawdon and St. Liguori 

Reedham and Robertson Station . . . 
Repentigny and St. Paul L'Ermite. 

Ricards and St. Hermenegilde 

Richmond Station and St. Cyr 

Richmond East and Sydenham 

Place 

Rigaud and St. Redempteur 

Riniouski and Railway Station 

Riniouski and Ste. Blandine 

Riniouski and Wharf 

Ripon and Thurso Railway Station 

Riviere a L'Ours and Tremblay 

Riviere a L'Ours and La Fourche des 

Chemins 

Riviere a Pierre and Railway 

Station 

Riviere aux Pins and St. Gabriel 

Station 

River David and Railway Station.. 
Riviere des Feves and St. Urbain. . 
Riviere du Loup and Edmundston.. 
Riviere du Loup and Railway 

Station 

Riviere du Loup and Wharf 

Riviere Gilbert and Riviere Gilbert 

Gold Mines 

Riviere Noire and Railway Station 

Riviere Noire and St. Valere de 

Bulstrode 

Riviere Ouelle and Railway Station 
Riviere Ste. Marguerite and Tadou- 

sac 

Riviere Trois Pistoles and Railway 

Station 

Robertson Station and Railway 

Station 

Robertson Station and Sacre Cceur 

de Marie 

Roberval and St. Prime 

Robinson and Railway Station. . . 
Rock Forest and Railway Station. . 

Rock Forest and Suffield 

Rougemont and Railway Station. . . 

Roxton East and Roxton Falls 

Roxton Pond and South Roxton. . . 

do do 

Russelltown and St. Chrysostome . . 

St. Adelaide de Pabos and Wharf. . 
St.v Adele and Ste. Agathe des 
Monts 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. L. Saucier . . 
J. Tremblay . . . 
F. Clouthier. . . 

A. Cullen 

J. Corrigan .... 
C. Hough.... 
J. Chanbesten.. 
J. Gahagan .... 
W. Richardson 

J. A. Armstrong 
A. McDougall.. 

E. Rowan 

J. Savage 

A. Perreault. . . . 
L. Letourneau. . 
R. E. Dyson. . . . 



J. Gregoire 

B. Lalonde 

L. Lavoie 

P. Proulx 

C. Gasse 

G. Delaire 

J. B. Gaudin.. . 

do 



J. S. Murphy. 



P. Hayes. . . 
O. Houde.. . 
Z. Bergevin 
J. Turner. . . 



M. L. Marchand 
L. T. Pinze 



J. Quirion 

A. E. Beauche- 
min 



do 
N. Anctil. 



J. Brisson. 



J. G. Seton. 
A. Talbot . , 



J. Valliere . . . 
J. Fradette . . 

L. Pope 

S. Simpson. . . 

do 
J. Bachelder. 

E, Dalpe 

A, Naiser. . . . 
L, Nadeau . . . 
A, Beaudin. . 

R, Manger. . . 



R. 



8 . 
IJ 

or 






H 



12 



12 



12 



Charbonneau 

63 



Period. 



12 months 

6 do (to s.pt. 30, '89) 
do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

12 do 

12 do (less fine) 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do (and arrears) 



12 do .... 

Season 1889. 



12 months. 
12 do ... 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, *S!>). 

6 do from do 

10 do (from June 1, '89; 



Season 1889. 
12 months. . 



Amount. 



| eta. 

646 36 
570 00 

r,oo 00 

220 00 

145 00 

1,583 70 

120 00 

40 00 

75 00 

50 00 
350 00 
147 00 

30 00 

80 00 
30 00 
50 00 

281 25 
84 00 

124 35 
60 00 
20 00 

400 00 
58 50 

10 00 

20 00 

52 00 

60 00 
13 33 

4,248 75 

777 75 

61 80 

140 00 

20 00 

160 00 
200 00 

125 00 

60 00 

25 00 

134 00 
320 00 
60 00 
32 00 
52 00 
52 00 
40 00 
45 00 
43 50 
58 33 

60 00 

230 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Ste. Adele and St. Jer6me 

St. Adrien and Wotten 

St. Agapit and Railway Station. . . 

St. Agathe and St. Jovite 

Ste. Agnes de Dundee and Railway 
Station 

St. Aime and St. Hyacinthe 

St. Aime and Yaniaska 

do do 

St. Alban and Railway Station .... 

St. Alexandre and Railway Station 

St. Alexandre d'Iberville and Rail- 
way Station • 

St. Alexandre and St. Eleuthere . . . 

St. Alexis des Monts and St.Paulin 

St. Alphonse and Ste. Beatrix. . . . 

St. Alphonse and St. Come 

St. Anaclet and Railway Station. . . 

St. Andre and Railway Station 

St. Angele de Laval and Railway 
Station 

St. Angele de Monnoir and Railway 
Station 

Ste. Angele de Monnoir and Ste. 
Marie Railway Station 



St. Anicet and White's Station 

do do .... 

Ste. Annede Bellevue and Railway 

Station 

Ste. Anne de la Perade and Railway 

Station 

Ste. Anne de la Perade and St. 

Prosper 

Ste. Anne la Pocatiere and Railway 

Station 

Ste Anne la Pocatiere and St. 

Onesime 

St.. Anne des I'laines and Railway 

Station 

Ste. Anne de Sorel and Sorel .... 
St. Anselme and Railway Station.. 

St. Anselme and Ste Claire 

St. Antoine and St. Apollinaire. . . . 
St. Antoine and St. Denis 

St. Arsons and Viget 

St. Athanase and Railway Station.. 
St. Aubertand Railway Station.. . . 

St. Aubert and St. Pamphile 

St. Augustinand Railway Station.. 

St. AugUStin Railway Station and 

Ste. Ddonique 

St. Barbe and St,. Stanislas de 

Kostka 

St. Barnabe and St. Elie 

St. Barnabs* and Vamachiohe 

Bai t In l.'-mi and Railway Station 

I'.a/.ilr and Railway Station 

Basils 1'' Grand and Railway 

Station 

St. Basils Station and Railway Sta- 

t i«»n 

St. Bona venture and St. Ghiillaume 

dlJpton 

St. Bngideand Railway Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Valiquette. . , 
X. Charland 

Paquet 

St. Aubin. . . 



Rowley 

Donais 

Salvas 

Parenteau. . . 
Frenette . . . 
Fortin 



Pouliot .... 
Rousseau . . 
B. Drolet.. 

Riopel 

Labine .... 
Rousseau . . 
Michaud. . . 



B. Desilets. 

Loiselle 

Bedard 



E. Choquette. 

S. Dupuis 



A. St. Denis... 
J. U. Marcotte. 
I. Cossette .... 
J. O. Ouellet. . . 
C. Ouellet 



D. D. Gaudette. 

E. Latra verse. . . 

F. Lamontague., 

do 
J. H. Lambert. 

A. Lacroix 

O. Gagnon 

H. Malhiot 

C. Dube 

A. Lavery 

A. Filiatrault. . . 

D. Leonard 



St. 
St. 
St. 



N. Lemieux 

F. Lacerte 

V. Menancon.. . . 

• I. B. Joinville. . 
F. Paquet 



K. Lalumiere.. . . 
C. O. Delage.... 



J. Lavallee.. 

J. Donnelly. 



1!) 



6| 

5 
400yds 

1 
24 
10 

1 
12 
2* 



3 
1 

7 
5 
1 

h 

H 

31 

n 



12 



. S-c 



120 yds 
120 yds 



12 



12 



Period. 



6 12 months 
3 12 do .. 



12 



do 
do 



12 do 
12 do 



do (to Sept. 30, '89), 
do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (less fine). 

12 do 



do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

do 2 dys. (from Dec. 

30, '89) 

do (to Jan. 31, '90). . 

do from do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89) . 

do 

do 

do (less fine) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



64 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



N ame 
of 

Contractor. 



Ste. Brigitte etas Saults and Ste.« 
Monique de Nicolet 

St. Bruno and St. Julie de Ver- 
cheres 

St. Bruno and St. Paschal 

St. Camille and Sherbrooke 

St. Casiniir and Railway Station . . . 

St. Casiniir and St. Ubalde 

Ste. Catherine and Railway Station 

St. Celestin and Railway Station. . . 

St. Cesaire and Railway Station 

St. Charles and Railway Station . . . 

St. Charles and St. Marc 

St. Claire and St. Malachie 

St. Clement and St. Eloi 

do do 

St. Clothilde and Victoriaville 

St. Columbin and St. Scholastique.. 

St. Constant and Railway Station. . 

St. Croix and St. Nicholas 

St. Cunegonde and Railway Station 

St. Cuthbert and Railway Station. . 

St. Cuthbert Station and Railway 
Station 

St. Cyrille and Railway Station 

St. Cyrille and St. Marcel 

St. Damase and St. Hyacinthe 

do do .... 

St. Damase de Rimouski and Rail- 
way Station. 

St. Damien de Brandon and St. 

Gabriel de Brandon.. 

St. Denis and Railway Station 

do do 

St. Didace and St. Norbert 

St. Didace and St. Gabriel de 

Brandon 

St. Dominique and St. Hyacinthe . . 

do do 
St. Dominique des Cedres and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Donat de Montcalm and St. 

Theodore de Chertsey 

do do 

St. Edmond and Stoneham ... 

St. Edouard and St. Michel 

St. Eloi and Railway Station 

Ste. Emelie de l'Energie and St. 
Jean de Matha 

Ste. Emelie de l'Energie and St. 
Michel des Saints 

St. Ephrem d'Upton and St. Helene 

de Bagot 

do do 

St. Etienne du Saguenay and Ta- 
dousac 

Ste. Eulalie and Railway Station. . . 

St. Eustache and Railway Station. . 

St. Eustache and St. Joseph du Lac 

St. Evariste de Forsyth and Rail- 
way Station , 

St. Evariste de Forsyth and St. 
Honore 



H. St. Pierre.... 



A. Hebert .... 

P. Cote 

Z. Manseau. . . 

L. Martin 

J. Soulard .... 
P. Julien 

D. Arseneau . . 
F. Garceau 

E. Bilodeau. . . 
H. Dejourdin. 
P. Turgeon. . . 
H. Aubert. . . . 
A. Boutot .... 
P. Lavigne.. . . 
M. Phelan.... 
O. Robert 

F. Marion 

G. N. Ducharme 
D. Langevin . . 



J. Marchand. . 
J. B. Cloutier. 
T. Touchette. . 
J. Vigneaux. . 
J. B. Despres. 

A. Langlois. . . 



L. Peltier. . . . 
S. Dionne . . . 
F. Thibeault. 
E. Lauzon . . . 



E. Germain. . . 

J. Vigneau 

J. B. Despres. 

S. Trottier.... 



W. Aubin. 
W. Ritchie. 
J. Corrigan 



F. Coupal 

P. Langelier. . 



G. Clermont. 
A. Basinais . . 



N.Billette. 
A. Masse . . 



H. P. Blair .. 

E. Prince 

J. M. Goulet.. 
J. B. Laurin. . 

F. St. Pierre. . 
J. Jobin 



G to 

3 J 



13 



i 
26 

U 
11 

1 

1 

H 

10 
12 
12 
18 

14 

_i 

18 



300 yd 

n 

15 

n 

7 



6 

4 
4 

6 

7 
7 



27 
5 



44 
3" 

12 



10 

4 

360 yds 
11 



26 



S* 



Period. 



12 months 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



do (to June 30, '89) 
do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

Special trip 

3 months (to June 30, '89 
9 do from do 

12 do (and special ser 
vice) 



12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 



9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) . 

3 do from do 
10 do (from June 1, 

'89) 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



6 do (to Sept, 30, 'i 
6 do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



I eta. 

150 00 

140 00 

50 00 

77 00 

210 00 

145 00 

70 00 

60 00 

50 00 

25 00 

00 00 

190 00 

24 50 

93 75 

214 00 

380 00 

24 48 

378 75 

100 00 

09 00 

12 00 

104 00 

1 00 

57 50 
176 25 



95 00 

190 00 
35 00 
93 75 

300 00 

35 00 

50 00 

138 75 

37 00 

101 25 
35 00 

41 67 
118 60 
100 00 

190 00 

400 00 

72 50 
62 00 

234 00 

110 00 

4.~> 75 

150 00 

524 72 

120 00 



65 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16-] 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



ISame of Route. 


Name 

of 

Contractor. 




Br* 

o & 


Period. 


Amount. 


St. Fabien and Railway Station 

do do .... 
Ste. Famille and St. Pierre d'Orleans 
St. Felicien and St. Prime 


J. D'Anjou 

E. Jean 

A. Maranda 

P. Rousseau .... 
0. Perreault 

S. Tessier 

E. Lessard 

P. Chouinard . . . 
J. B. Lapolice . . 


1 
1 
8 
9 
5 

13 

8 
3 


12 

12 

3 

3 

3 

6 

6 

12 


3i 
9 
12 

12 
5 

12 

12 
12 
Sp< 

a 

12i 

12 

12 

12 
12 

12 

3 

12 
12 

12 

12 
Spc 

12 

12 

3 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 

12 
12 

12 

12 
6 

6 

12 
12 
12 
12 


nonths (to June 30, '89) 
do from do 

do 

do 

do 19 days (to Oct. 
31, '89) 

do 

do . 


% cts. 

12 00 

35 25 

120 00 

118 00 


St. Felicien and Ticonabe 




St. Felix de Valois and Railway 
Station 

St. Felix de Valois and St. Jean de 
Matha 


42 12 

480 00 
200 00 


Ste. Flavie and Railway Station . . . 
Ste. Flore and Shawenegan 

St. Francois de Salles and Terrebonne 
St. Francois, Montmagny, and Rail- 
way Station 


do 

>cial trips ; snow block- 

de on railway 

nonths 


200 99 


C. Gascon 

E. C. Boulet.... 

J. Levesque .... 

P. Dionne 

J. Baillargeon . . 

F. X. Plante . . 

D. Provost 

A. W. Landrigan 
A. Legault 

A. Lacourciere. . 

A. Despins 

T. Gervais 


3 

•i 

4 

6 

2 

6 
101 

10 
3 

4 

8 


6 
6 
3 

3 

6 

3 

6 


6 

12 

G 


12 00 
40 00 


do 


72 00 


St. Francois Xavier de Brompton 
and Windsor Mills 


do 


90 00 


St. Francois Xavier de Viger and 

Viger 

St. Frederic and Railway Station. . 


do 

do 


66 00 
100 00 


St. Frederic and St. Severin de 
Beaurivage 


do 

do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

do 

do 

do . 


100 00 


St. Gabriel de Brandon and St. Nor- 
bert 

St. Gabriel Station and Railway 
Station 


71 25 
16 00 


Ste. Genevieve and Railway Station 

Ste. Genevieve de Batiscan and 

Railway Station 


130 00 
149 00 


Ste. Genevieve de Batiscan and St. 
Stanislas 


do 


145 00 


do do 


icial trip 

nonths 


2 00 


St. George East and St. Prosper de 
Dorchester 


J. Parent 

E. Pare 


12| 

i 

6 
51 

6 

9 

111 

10* 
10 

A 
i 

4 

100 yd* 

5 
33 
33 
\ 

14 
i 
§ 


1 

12 

3 

G 

6 

3 

12 

3 

12 

12 

12 

6 

6 

24 

12 
6 

i 3G 

6 
6 
6 

7 

t; 

G 
12 


55 68 


St. Germain de Grantham and Rail- 
\\ av Station 


do 


60 00 


Ste. Gertrude and Ste. Marie de 
Blandford 


D. Beauchesne. . 
F. Roy 


do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

do 

do . 


11 25 


St. < rervaia and Railway Station. . . 


126 50 


J. Belanger 

J. Goulet 

A. Rene 

G. Poirier 

J. B. Berube.... 

J. Mercier 

T. Couet 

A. Samson 

P. Lacasse 

A. J. Bissonnette 

G. Demers 

P. E. Clairoux . . 

F. Martin 

K. E. Meunier. . 
J. B. Faneuf... . 
s. & ,l. Valois . . 

F. Robert 

A. ( i-uertin 

T. Forcier 

.1. Primeau 


179 00 


St . ( rervaia and St. Neree 


do . 


75 00 


St. Guillaume and Railway Station 


do 


100 00 


St. Guillaume and St. Pie de Guire. 


do 


140 00 


Ste. 1 1 » '- 1 ■ ■ i n • and Railway Station. . . 


do . 


28 00 


St. Ili-ii(''dine and Railway Station. 


do 


50 00 


St. Henri and Railway Station. .. . 
St. Henri and St Isidore 


do 

do 

do 

do 


70 00 
152 00 


St. Henri and St. Lambert 

St. Henrj de Montreal and Railway 

Station 


199 00 
90 00 


St. Henri Station and Railway Sta- 
tion , 

St. Hernia - and Railway Station. . . 


do 

do 


75 00 
160 00 


St. Hilaire Station and Railway 

Stat inn 


do 


100 00 

156 00 
548 00 
525 00 

70 00 
495 00 
17!) 00 

72 00 


St. Hilaire Station and St, Jean 

Bapl i-t. ■ de Rouville 

St. Hilaire Station and Sore! 

mm do do 

St. Hubert and Railway Station... 

St. Huguea and St. 1 [yacinthe. . . . 


do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
do from do 

do 

do 


St. Huguea and St. Marcel 

St. Isidor. and Railway Station ... . 


do ,. 

do 



66 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



St. Isidore Junction and Railway 
Station 

St. Jacques and Ste. Marie Solomee 

St. Janvier and Railway Station 

St. .lean de Dieu and "Trois Pistoles 
do do 

St. Jean Port Joli and Railway Sta- 
tion 

St. .lerdme and Railway Station 

St. .leronie and Ste. Therese 

St. Joachim and Warden 

St. John's and Railway Station .... 

St. .John's and St. Luc. 

St. John's and Sabrevois 

St. Joseph de Sorel and Sorel 

St. Louis de Gonzague and Railway 
Station 

St. Louis de Gonzague and St. Tim- 
othe Railway Station 

Ste. Louise and Railway Station. . . 

St. Louis Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Ste, Luce and Railway Station 

Ste. Madeleine and Railway Station 

St. Malachie and Standon 

Ste. Marie de Monnoir and Railway 
Station . 

Ste. Marthe and Vaudreuil 

do do 

St. Martine and Railway Station . . 

St. Martine Station and Railway 
Station 

St. Martine Railway Station and 
St. Urbain 

St. Mathias and Village Richelieu. 

St, Mathieu and St. Simon 

St. Moise and Railway Station 

St. Moise Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

St. Xarcisse and Trois Rivieres 

do do 

St. Norbert and Railway Station. . . 

St Ours and St Roch de Richelieu. 

St Pacdme and Railway Station . . . 

St Patrick and Railway Station . . . 



St Paul du Buton and St Pierre 
Montmagny 

St. Paul's Bay and St Tite des Caps 
1 St. Paul's Bay and St. LTrbain 

St. Paul's Bay and Wharf.. 

St, Philippe de Laprairie and Rail- 
way Station 

St. Philipe de Nery and Ry. Station 

St Philippe Railway Station and 
Stonefield 

Ste. Philomene and Railway Station 

St. Pie and Railway Station 

. St. Pierre les Becquets and Ste. 

Sophie de Levrard 

' St. Pierre Montmagny and Railway 

I Station 

St. Placide and St. Scholastique . . . 

St. Polycarpe and Railway Station. 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



F. Baillargeon 
A. Mireault . . 
J. Jerome 
E. Rousseau . . 
M. D'Auteuil. 



G. Poitras . . 
E. Marchand 
E. Ouimet. . . 
J. Bachand . . 
W. Moore . . . 
M. Marsan . . 
A. M. White 
A. Bouvier. . 



H. Laberge. 



C. Trepanier. 
A. Anctil . . . 



A. Lalonde . . . 
I. St. Laurent 
J. D. Rainville 
N. Hebert . . 



M. Bessette. . 

D. Rochon . . . 

E. Gauthier . 
G. Marchand . 

J. Beaudreault 



Z. Bergevin. 
O. Darche . . 
A. D'Anjou 
J. Smith.. . 



J. Vaillancourt 
W. Morinville . 
C. Hamelin 
S. Carpentier . . 
I. B. Paquette. 
P. Hudon .... 
T. C. Picard... 



B. Cloutier. 
Bouchard . . . 

Fortin 

Bouchard . . . 



F. C. Larose . . 
F. Dechene. . . 

R. Chambers. . 
J. B. D'Amour. 
M. Drolet 

D. Fournier . . . 



N. Samson.. 
A. Gratton. 
F. Lavergne 



% . 






yds 

4 ! 
4! 
17 
17 I 

tV 
14 

7 

6 i 

3 



4 

H 

50 yds 

2 

h 

13 



4h 
33 

3' 

2A 

60 yds 

19 

1!» 

9 

h 

1 

4 



360 yds 12 



6 
6 

2 
6 

12 
6 
6 
6 
6 
h 12 

12 



3 

6 
6 
as req 



360 yds 



67 



12 

2 

m 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

2 do (to May 31, '89). 

10 do (from June 1, '89) 

12 do 



10 do (from June 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '8 

7 do from do 
12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

5 do (to Aug. 31, '89, 
including special 



service. 



12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
Season 1889. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 
12 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



$ cte. 

16 00 
50 00 
40 00 

47 00 
156 00 

160 00 
52 00 
300 00 
168 00 
337 50 
80 00 
108 00 

48 00 

12 50 

120 00 

50 00 

16 66 

112 72 

30 50 

176 00 

49 00 
225 00 
291 66 

70 00 

16 66 

130 00 

140 00 

79 00 

90 00 

24 00 
176 50 
190 00 
290 00 

40 00 
112 00 



249 75 

190 00 

1,248 00 

215 97 

380 00 

47 00 

40 00 

280 00 

145 00 

38 00 

125 00 

100 00 

300 00 

52 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Continued. 



Xame of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



St. Polycarpe and St. Telesphore. . . 

St. Raphael and Railway Station . 

St. Raymond and Railway Station . 

St. Regis and Cornwall 

St. Remi and Railway Station 

St. Remi de Tingwick and Warwick 

St. Robert and Railway Station 

Ste. Rose and Railway Station 

St. Samuel de Gayhurst and Valle- 
tort 

St. Sauveur de Quebec and Street 
Letter Boxes 

St. Scholastique and Ry. Station . . . 

St. Sebastien and Venice 

St. Simon and Tadousac 

St. Simon and Railway Station .... 

Ste. Sophie de Lacorne and Railway 
Station 

Ste. Sophie de Megan tic and Somer- 
set, &c 

do do 

do do 

St. Stanislas de Champlain and St. 
Tite 



St. Stanislas de Kostka and Valley- 
field 

Ste. Thecle and St. Tite 

Ste. Theodosie and Vercheres 

Ste. There.se and Railway Station . . 
St. Timothee and Railway Station.. 

St. Tite and Railway Station 

St. Valentin and Stottville 

St. Valier and Railway Station . . . 

Ste. Victoria and Sorel 

St. Vincent de Paul and Ry. Station 
Savage's Mills and Railway Station 
Sawyerville and Railway Station. . . 

Sayabec and Railway Station 

S<ott . I unction and Railway Station 

Scotetown and Railway Station 

Shawenegan and Trois Rivieres. . . . 

Shawville and Railway Station . . . . 

Sheffington and West Shefford Kail 

way Station 

Sherbrooke and Railway Stations.. 
Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke East and 

St net, Letter Boxes 

Sherbrooke and Post Office, Exhi- 
bition Building 

Sherbrooke and Stoke ( lentre 

Sherrington and Railway Station.. 
Sillery ( !ove and Spencer Cove. 

Smith's Mills and Railway Station. 

Sorel and Railway Station 

South Durham and Valoourt 

South Ham and Railway Station. . . 
South Quebec and Railway Station. 
South Stukely and Railway Station 
Spring Hill and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

do do 

S|.i ing Hill and Stornoway 



F. Lavergne .... 

P. Gauthier 

P.A.H.Pelletier 

J. Angus 

J. B. Boyer 

N. Champagne. . 

L. Poirier 

A. E. Leonard . . 

J. Dallaire 



J. L. Saucier . . 

A. Gratton 

A. T. Hunter.. 
F. Boullanne. . 
J. B. Martin. . . 

M. Levesque. . . 



T. Dubois . . 
T. Caouette. 
S. Belleau . . 



F. N. Marchand. 



E. Cardinal 

F. Boutet 

L. N. Handfield. 
N. Boismenu. . . . 
J. E. Daoust 

G. Lahaie 

F. Hetier 

J. Corriveau 

H. Paulhus 

C. E. Germain . . 
H. T. Tamlin... 
R. Cairns 



H. Boulay 

G. Garon 

R. B. Scott 

J. B. H. Lapolice 
W. McGuire 



J. Harris. . 
C. H. Foss. 



R. A. Biron 



do 

M. Biron 

B. Vautrin 

M. A. McCor- 

mick 

W. T. Knight. . . 

B. Leclaire 

T. A. Fee 

L. I'. A. Darche 

• I. Ritchie 

L. H. Knowlton. 
I >. Morrison. . . . 
D.K. Macdonald 

do 

E. Belanger 

68 



esrs 

32 



O u 



Period. 



5 


6 


6 


6 


* 


12 


6 


2 


13l 


12 


6 


2 


6 


5 


12 


8 


4 


2 


24 


3 
5 


12 


3i 


2 


22 


4&3 


1 


12 


* 


12 


20 


6 


20 


6 


7&13 


6&3 


9 


6 


9 


6 


6 


3 


Z 


24 


1} 


12 


6 


6 


3 


6 


3 


6 


9 


3 


1 


12 


I 


6 


i 


12 


60 yds 


12 


60 yds 


12 


* 


12 


21 


»; 


1 

2 


12 


24 


6 


3 


12 




18&7 


1 


18 


9i 


2 


2l 


6 


14 


6 


i 


12 
12 


15 


3 


12 


6 


200 yds 


36 


A 


6 


I 


12 


1 


6 


\ 


12 


9 


6 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

do do 

12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, 

12 do 

12 do 



do (to June 30, '89). 
do (to Oct. 31, '89) . 
do from do 



Special trips, snow block- 
ade on railway 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

? do 27 days (from 
Aug. 5,. 1889).. 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Special trips. 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 

5 do (to Sept. 30,' 89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 



Amount. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Quebec, &c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



■tenfold and Railway Station 

Btenstead Junction and Ry. Station 
Btaynerville and Railway Station.. 

gtoneham and Tewkesbury 

Stornoway and Tolsta. 

Sutton and Railway Station 

Sutton Junction and Ry. Station. . . 
Sweetsburg and Railway Station. . . 



hdousac and Wharf 

Terrebonne and Railway Station. . . 
Thetford Mines and Ry. Station. . . 
Three Rivers and Railway Station. 
Three Ri vers and Street Letter Boxes 

Three Rivers and Valmont 

Trahan's Mills and Weedon Station. 

Tring Station and Ry. Station 

Trois Pistoles and Ry. Station 

Tit lis Saumons and Ky. Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Nadeau. . . . 
H. Gordon . 
M. Dorion. 
Deschamps 

Morrison . . 
A. Shepard 
W. Westover 
T. Batchelder 



Marquis .... 

Briere 

Blondeau . . . 
C. Godin... 
P. Marineau. 

Sigman 

Trahan 

Vallee 

P. Pelletier. 
Gaumond . . . 



Valcartier and Railway Station .... J. McBain 

Vallevfield and Ry. Station (G. T. R. ) L. Leduc . 

do do (C.A.R.) do 

Valleyfield and Street Letter Box . . 

Valois and Railway Station 

Versailles and Railway Station 

Village des Aulnaies and Ry . Station 
Village Richelieu and Ry. Station.. 
Vincennes and Railway Station .... 
Vinton and Railway Station 

Walker's Cutting and Ry. Station. . 

do do 
Warden and Railway Station 

do do ... . 
Wai wick East and Railway Station 
Waterloo and Railway Station 

do do 

Weedon Centre and Ry. Station 

do do 

West Brome and Railway Station . . 
West bury Basin and Ry. Station. . . 
Wickham West and Ry. Station 

Yamachiche and Railway Station. . |L. Decoteau 

Yamaska and Railway Station L. H. Lafleur 

Yamaska East and Ry. Station L. Leveille 



D. Dion 

P. G. Valois.... 

T. Lacombe 

J. B. Sirois 

N. D. D. Bessette 
M. Dessureault. 
W. Gilchrist 



H. Pepin 

S. Labrecque 

A. Berry 

L. E. Richardson. 

E. Martel 

A. E. J. Beaulne. 
do 

J. E. Cote 

L. Geguiere 

". Scott 

Lepitre 

M. Leonard 



Z> '■ 

-w 1— I 



8 



i 

60 yds 

4 

4 

tV 

1 

150 yds 
H 
2 
15 

10 yds 

i 
2 



180 yds 
30 yds 
5 

i 

3 
1 

120 yds 
120 yds 
46rods 
46rods 
180 yds 



2 

2 

h 

30 yds 

35 yds 
180 yds 






12 
12 
12 
2 
2 
12 
12 
12 

req. 

G 
12 
31 
18 

3 
12 
12 
12 

6 

G 
24 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
6 
13 

12 
12 
12 
12 
6 
36 
30 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
22 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 



Season 1889 . 
12 months . . 
12 do .... 
12 do ... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 
12 do .... 



12 do 
12 do 



do 13 days (from Nov. 
18, 1889.)... 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



3 do (to June 30, '89.) 

9 do from do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89.) 

3 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89.) 

3 do from do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89.) 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



Total. 



Amount. 



| CtB. 

25 00 
30 00 
12 00 
50 00 
40 00 
GO 00 
30 00 
64 00 

49 20 

80 00 

30 00 

403 00 

300 00 

160 00 

75 00 

40 00 

53 78 

68 00 

185 00 

49 00 

38 31 
72 00 

50 00 
20 00 

225 00 
48 00 

150 00 
87 08 

3 00 

9 00 

22 50 

15 00 

18 00 

129 75 
37 25 

117 00 
27 50 
50 00 
35 00 
32 00 

58 00 
32 00 
30 00 



8158,022 70 



W. H. Smithson, 
Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



69 



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A. 1891 





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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.] 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mail Bags, Mail Locks, &c., 
in Quebec, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Tradesmen's Names. 


Particulars of Disbursements. 


Amount. 


S. & H. Borbridge 


Mail bags, labels and repairs for Post Office Department 

Mail bags, rivet seals, &c. do 

Mail bag, locks and keys do 

Mail bag labels do 

Repairing brass mail locks do 

Repairing mail bag locks for Post Office Inspector, Montreal . . 
do do Postmaster, Montreal 

Total 


$ cts. 

6,583 80 

984 94 

390 00 

9 40 

74 60 

23 20 

1,136 52 






Pritchard & Andrews 

G. Bailey 

E. Chanteloup ... 

do 




$9,202 46 

_ _ 







W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 






72 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, made within 
the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name of Route. 



Abercrombie and New Glasgow. . . . 

Acadia Mines and Bass River 

Acadia Mines and Londonderry 

Station 

Addington Forks and Keppoch. . . . 
Advocate Harbor and Apple River 

Af ton and Bayfield 

do do 

Afton and Bayfield Road Railway 

Station 

Afton and Guysboro' Intervale. 
Albert Bridge and Horn's Road. . . . 

Alderney and Petite de Grat 

Alder Point and Little Bras d'Or. . . 

do do 

Alder River and Main Post Road. . 

Alton and Railway Station 

Amherst and Amherst Point 

Amherst and Fen wick 

Amherst and Hastings 

Amherst and Linden 

Amherst and Little River 

Amherst and Magdalen Islands, &c. 

Amherst and Railway Station 

do do 

Amherst and Tidnish 

Amherst, Street Letter Box and 

Postal Cars 

Annapolis and Dalhousie West .... 

AnnaiK>lis and Digby 

Annapolis and Granville Ferry 

Annapolis and Liverpool 

Annapolis and Perrott Settlement. . 

Annapolis and Railway Station 

Annapolis and Saw-Mill Creek 

Antigonishe and Arisaig, &c 



Antigonishe and Brophy's 

Antigonishe and Cloverville 

Antigonishe and Georgeville 

Antigonishe and Lower West River 
Antigonishe and Railway Station. . 

Antigonishe and Sherbrooke 

Antigonishe and William's Point. . . 

Antigonishe Harbor (South Side) 

and Lower Settlement South River 

Anthony's Line and Scotch Village. 

Antrim and Gay's River 

do do 

Apple River and East Apple River. 

Arcadia and East Chebogue.. 

Ardness and Lismore 

Ardoise Hill and Newport Station.. 

Argyle and Argyle Head 

Argyle Sound and Lower Argyle . . . 

Arichat and Lennox Ferry 

Arichat and Petit de Grat 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



R. Dunbar 

J. W. Davison. 

A. J. Gough . . . 
D.Campbell... 
J. W. Ward... 
T. W. Taylor.. 
M. Connor 



do 

A. Chisholm 

H. Horn 

W. Landry 

S. Plant 

P. H.Stubbert.. 

J. Chisholm 

T. Lindsay 

I. B. Stewart... 

W. Pipes 

E. Chapman 

K. Hunter 

G. A. Purdy.... 

L. Briand 

M. Hillson 

C. F. Hillson.... 
W. Blair 



C. F. Hillson.... 

J. Gormley 

R. H. Hardwick 
W. H. Weather- 



spoon 

G. & E. Stailing. 

N. Dargie 

A. W. Corbitt . . 

R. Harris 

McDonald &Gil- 
lis 

T. Brophy 

J. Thompson .... 

R. McDonald . . . 

T. McAnnis .... 

W. G. Cunning- 
ham 

M. McGrath .... 

D. McDonald... 



J. Kiely 

S. Cochran 

J. H. Taylor.... 

W. Blades 

J. H. Oopp 

W. W. Coffrin.. 
A. McDonald . . . 

M. Harvey 

A. J. Nickerson. 

E. Murphy 

A. Martell 

A. McDonald . . . 

73 



5 
14 

2| 

7 
10 

2h 

21 



15 
4 
21 
6 
6 

o yds 

4 

16 
6 

20 

22| 



1 

16 

30 yds 

16 
21 

1 

67 

9 

10 & 7 
14 
5 

44 r. t. 
3h 

I 

40 
24 



4h 

11 r. t. 

16 r. t. 

16 r. t. 
3 
4 
3 

19 r. t. 
2 

3i 
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-• i' 



Period. 



2 12 months 

3 12 do .. 



req. 

req, 

3 

36 

1 
6 

6 
6 
1 
12 
3 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



do (to June 30, '89). 
do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Special trip 

6 months (to Sept. 30, '89) 
6 do from do 

11 do (from May 1, '89; 

5 do 9 davs (from Oct. 
23, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



2 & 1 12 do 

2 12 do 

1 12 do 
4 12 do 

2 12 



do 



12 12 do 
3 12 do 
2 12 do 



2 12 do 

2 12 do 
2 9 
2 3 

6 112 do 

2 '12 do 



do (to Dec. 31, 

do from do 



3 

6&2 

3 

1 

4 
3 



12 do .... 
12 do ... 
12 do 
12 do 
Season 1889 
12 months . . 



Amount. 



| cts. 

68 00 
197 48 



17.") <mi 

60 00 

345 00 

24 25 

75 00 

65 00 

55 00 

20 00 

62 48 

8 75 

26 25 

12 00 

20 00 

67 00 

32 00 

40 00 

210 00 

240 00 

5 00 

200 96 

357 12 

206 25 



11 00 
100 00 
396 00 

250 00 
2,399 00 

45 00 
112 00 

70 00 

145 00 
132 00 

40 00 
3!»8 00 

52 00 

95 00 
1,119 28 

4<) DO 

100 00 

55 00 

41 25 

18 75 
50 00 
40 00 
50 <M» 

135 00 
47 50 

19 00 
50 00 
90 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Con. 



Name of Ronte. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Arichat and Robins 

Arichat and West Arichat. 



Arlington and Canning 



Ashfield and Whycocomagh 

Aspen and Glenelg 

Aspen and New Glasgow 

Athol and Railway Station 

Auburn and Greenwood 

Auburn and Railway Station 

Auld's Cove and Railway Station . . 

Avondale Station and Railway Sta 
tion _ 

A von port and Avonport Station — 

Avonport Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Aylesford and Bridgewater 

Aylesford and Harmony 

Aylesford and Morden 

do do 

Aylesford and Railway Station . 



Baccaro and Port La Tour. 

Back Meadows and Poplar Hill 

Baddeck and Big Bras d'Or 

do do 

Baddeck and Grand Narrows 

Baddeck and New Campbellton 

Baddeck and Rear Baddeck Bay . . . 
Baddeck and Upper Settlement, 

Baddeck River 

Bi id i leek and Upper Settlement, 

Middle River 

Baddeck Bay and Plaister Mines. . . 
Baddeck River, North Branch, and 

Forks Baddeck 

Baie Verte and Linden 

Bailey's Brook and Railway Station 
Baker Settlement and Greenfield... 

Balmoral Mills and the Palls 

do do 

Bank's Broad Cove and Strathlorne 

Barney's River and Marsh 

Bai I" \ 's River and Ry. Station. . . . 

Barney's River and Rossfield 

Barrington and Porl i Hyde 

Barrington and Pubnico Beach 

do do .... 

Barrington and Sherburne 

Bai i ington and Yarmouth 

I '..n i ington I 'a- lage and ( 'ape Sable 

[•land : 

Ban 8et1 lemenl and Shubenacadie. 
Barrio's Beach and BigTracadie 

< lorner and ( !hesl< y's < '"run-. 
i < lorner and Mahone Bay .... 

Barton and Railway Seal ton 

Ba n River [nhabitants and Lower 

Rivei [nhabitants 

River [nhabitants and Mc- 

Namara'i [sland 

I '..i i tery H ill and New ( (airlock. . . . 

Battel \ 1 1 ill and Railway Station . 

Harbor & Sheffield Mills 



F. L. Malzard. 
A. McDonald.. 

R. Wood.. ..*'.. 

H. McDonald. . 
J. McGrath. . . . 
J. Fraser 

E. Donkin 

G. W. Eaton... 
J. M. Smith... 
H.McMullan.. 

A. P. Robertson. 
J. B. Newcomb. 

do 
M. N. Graves. 
A. D. Nichols. 

J. Redgate 

W. J. Balcom. 

C. A. Williamson 

W. P. Snow .... 

G. Clark 

W. McDonald . . 
A. Matheson 

F. H. S. McNeill 
M. D. Mclnnis . 
M. A. McKay.. 

D. N. Morrison. 

A. G. Crowdis . . 
H. Fraser 



Q 



A. H. Buchanan 

S. Moore 

A. McLean. ... 

A. Baker 

A. McKay 

do 

L. McDougall . . 
G. Campbell .... 
D. R. McKenzie 

Gr. Campbell 

LK. Hogg 

T. McConnsky. . 

L K.Hogg 

T. E. Ryer 

0. L. Davison . . 

T. W. Robertson 
I. W. Dunsmore 
A. V. Bowden . . 
A. Tretheway . . 

I >< Long 

W. A. Gavel.... 



6 

4 
43 
1 
6i r. t. 

' i! 
% 

12 yds 

60 

20 r. t. 

22 r. t. 

22 r. t. 

\ 

3 
4 
26 
26 
15 
32 
8 



16 

19 
4 

21 
16&5 

8&5 

2 

2h 
4 
18 r. t. 
4^ 
4 

30 r. t. 
22 
22 
23 
48 

H 
32 r. t. 

4 

17 r. t. 
18 

3 



L A. McCarthy. 



R. McNamara . . 
R. McLeod 

K. II. Matheson. 
W. B. Harris.... 

74 



5 & 



2 

2 

2 

2&3 
6 

3&1 
3 
3 
1 
1 
6 
1 
6 
6 

li 
6 



6 12 



1 

3 

2&1 

1 

12 



Period. 



12 months 

Season 1889, and part of 

Season 1890 

9 months (from July 1, 
"89) 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



(from Jan. 1, '90) 
(to June 30, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, 

3 do from do 

12 do 



do 

do 

do (to June 30, 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 



12 do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (from June 1, '89) 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

do from do 

do 

do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



12 d( 



do 

do 

do 
do 



f>4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Hay St. Lawrence and [ngonish... 
r..i\ St. Lawrence and Meat Cove . 
Bear Cove, CheticampA Meteghan 
Bear River, West Side, and Deep 

Brook, &c 

Bear River, West Side, and Digby. 

Beauly and Black River 

Beaver Bank and Middle Sackville, 



&c 



Beaver Bankand North Beaver Bank 
Beaver Bank and Railway Station.. 
Beaver Harbor and Salmon River. . 
Beaver River Corner & Cedar Lake 
Bedford Basin and English Corner. 
Bedford Basin and Railway Station 
Beechmont and North-West Ann. . 

•nt and Debert Station 

Belmont and Railway Station 

Berwick and Buckley's 

Berwick and Morristown 

Berwick and Railway Station 

Berwick Railway Station and Har- 

bourville 

Berwick Railway Station & Somerset 
W\'j: Intervale, Margaree and Mar- 
garee Forks 

land and Merigomishe 

•rraine and Sydney 

Big .Marsh and Maryvale 

Big Pond and Glengarry Valley . . . 

' md and Rear Ben Eoin. 

Big Pond and Salem Road 

•it le Bear and Sable River. . 

racadie and Mattie 

Big Tracadie and Railway Station. 

Birchton and Clyde River 

Biahopville and Hantsport 

Black Rock and Parrsboro' 

Blanchard Road and New Glasgow, 
do do 

Blanche and Cape Negro 

Blandford and Hubbard's Cove. . . . 

Blandford and Tancook Island 

Blomidon and Canning 

Blomidon and Lower Blomidon. . . . 
Bloomfield and Main Post Road. . . 

Blue Rock and Lunenburg 

do do 

do do 

and Lower Washabuck 

do do 

do do 

and Whycocomagh 

kmlardarie and Little Bras d'Or . . 

foulardarie and Point Clear 

'ton and Milford Haven Bridge 



ylston and Pirate Harbor. 

ylston and Ragged Head 

;izil Lake and Railway Station, 

enton and South Ohio 

idgetown and Dalhousie West. 
jetown and Granville Ferry. . 
Bridgetown and Lawrencetown . . . 

Bridgetown and Middleton 

Bridgetown and Parker's Cove 

Hi— 7 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



I). .McLeod. .. 
H. McDonald. 
G. L. Comeau. 

J. H. McClelland 
R. M. McClelland 
C. Grant 



R. Emmerson. . . 
W. Lively 

D. Hallisey 

J. Hartling 

A. Porter 

N. Melvin 

W. McKenzie. . . 

M. McLeod 

C. McDormond. 
T. Lindsay . . . . 
S. C. Parker.... 

E. Nichols 

E. C. F'oster . . . 



G. Collins 

G. W. Kinsman 



D. Campbell .... 
D. Cameron .... 
R. Martin 

D. J. McDonald 

M. McNeil 

A. Gillis 

H. D. Munro... 
G. Harding 

E. Coty 

W. Gerrior 

F. G. Nicol 

R. E. Bishop. .. 

M. Phinney 

D. Fraser 

.J. J. Webster. . . 

M. Slate 

W. A. Mitchell.. 

J. Pearl 

P. Brown 

A. Kennedv .... 
H. R. Jones... 
J. E. Hunt 

do 

do 

H. Campbell.... 

C. McDonald... 

R. Palmer 

H.A.McDougall 

D. Broderick.. . . 

J. Munro 

J. R. Atwater. . 

A. Hull 

J. Torv 

I. Crosby 



S. Pennell 

L. A. Dickie... 

J.E. Reed 

W. E. Poole . . . 

E. Poole 

I. E. Hall 



d « 



Ki 



5&G 
10 

13 r. t. 

8 
12 yds 

4 
18 r. t 

100yds 

4 
15 r. t. 

22£r.t 

14 r. t. 



11? 

2| 

17 

16 

31 

3 

4 

G 

12 

12 

8 

100yds 

29 

6 

6 

14 

14 

4 

17 
4 

7k 
24 

I 
5 
5 
5 
50 r.t. 
50 r.t. 
50 r.t. 
15 
20 



50 r.t. 
5 

i 
4 

28 r.t. 
14 
18 r.t. 
17 
27 r.t. 






2 
2 
2 

10&2 
6 

1 

6&3 
2 

12 
2 
1 
3 

42 
2 
2 

12 
2 
1 
6 

2 

4 

3 
2 
3&1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

12 
3 
2 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
1 
6 
2 

12 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
3 &2 
2 

12 
3 
3 
6 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 
2&1 



Period. 



12 months 
L2 do .. 
12 do . 

12 do .. 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 



Amount. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do (from May 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do (from July 1, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do 
do 



(to Sept. 30, '89), 
from do 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 

2 

4 

6 

3 

7 

2 



do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
5 do 
7 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



(to May 30, '89). 
(to Sept. 30, '89). 
from do 
(to June 3o, '89). 
(to Jan. 31, '90). 
from do 



(to Aug. 31, s'.n. 
(from Sept. 1. *90) 



§ cts. 

430 00 
48 00 
40 00 

230 00 
131 40 

15 00 

275 00 

80 00 
93 00 
36 66 

40 00 
L55 26 
130 00 

25 00 
104 00 
120 00 
110 00 

40 00 

50 00 

100 00 
70 00 

17:. 00 

85 00 

309 50 

16 00 
15 00 
25 00 

68 00 
90 00 
40 00 

40 00 
400 00 

80 00 
42 00 
80 00 
79 00 
75 00 

270 00 
38 00 

199 04 
25 00 

25 00 
6 66 

26 66 
20 00 

74 50 
L73 83 

41 till 

51 00 
265 oo 

7( i 36 
100 00 
198 7:. 

69 41 
20 00 
20 00 
90 00 

194 00 

75 00 
147 00 
149 48 



75 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16/ 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 



Name Z . 

of | jc 

Contractor. 1» \E 



Bridgetown and Railway Station . . 

Bridgewater and Halifax 

Bridgewater and Lawrencetown .... 
Bridgewater and Mill Village., .... 

Bridgewater and New Canada 

Bridgewater and Pleasant River. . . 

Bridgewater and Shelburne 

Brighton and Railway Station 

Briley's Brook and Railway Station 

Brookfield and Forest Glen 

Brookfield and Pleasant River 

do do _ 

Brookfield and Railway Station .... 

do do .... 

Brookfield and Upper Stewiacke. . . 

Brookland and Salt Springs 

Brooklyn and Yarmouth 

Brown's Brook and Halfway River 

Station 

Brown's Mountain and Marshy 

Hope 

Brule and Denmark Road 

Brule and Forbes 

Buckfield and Main Post Road 

Buckley's and Kentville 

Burlington and Victoria Harbor. . . 
Burntcoat and Noel 



Cain's Mountain and McKinnon's 
Harbor 

Caledonia Corner and Malaga Gold 
M ines 

Caledonia Corner and West Cale- 
donia 

Caledonia Corner and Whiteburn 
M ines 

Cambridge Station and Condon 
Settlement 

Cambridge Station and Ry. Station. 

( lamden and Truro 

Cameron Settlement and Pictou 
Road 

Campbell's Mountain and Whyco- 
comagh 

( Ianaan and Kentville 

< Ianaan and Tusket 

( lanada < Ireeb and Waterville 

Canard and Lower ( lanard 

< lannea and River Bourgeoise 

< lanning and Kent ville 

< lanning and Medford 

< lanning and North Medford 

( lanning and Porl William Stat ion 

( lanning and Sent t "> Baj 

< lanot Lake and ' raberouse 

< '.hi ■< i and G uysboro' 

■'■\ ille . ... 

< Jape le Ronde and Rocky Baj . 

( lape Negro I land and Purgatory 

Poinl '. 

' lap Norl h and I lingwall 

I iable I sland and < llark's 1 [ar- 
bor 

do do 



F. Crosskill . . 

G. Blair 

C. W. Phinny 
F. Badd. >s *. 
W. T. Cronin. 
J. Whitman . . 
J.K.Hogg... 

E. Spittle 

R. Chisholm.. 
W. S. Hamilton 

F. Waterman. 

J. Hardy 

T. Graham .... 

do 
J. J. Brenton. 

W. Gray 

J. D. Morrill.. 

S. S. Brown . . 

A. McDonald. 
J. W. McLeod 
J. Forbes. . . . 
M. Wynot.... 
F. H. Fuller.. 
A. B. Hall.... 
I. A. O'Brien. . 



D. McKenzie. . 



d £ 



J.H. McClelland 
W. Butler 



M. Chi' 



J. Caldwell. 
A. Neily. . 
E. Logan. . . 



D. M. Cameron. 



k 

91 
50 
37 
26 r.t. 
10 
80 
4 

i 
13 r.t. 
8 
8 
100yds 
100yds 
18 
3 
4 



5i 
3" 
2 
1 

34k. t. 

16 r.t. 
4* 



9 
3 

Gh 

lOir.t. 
50 yds 
9 

22 r.t. 



3& 



M. A skill .... 

B. DeWolfe.. 
I [urlburt. . . . 

Thomas 

1 1. Lockwood 
Sampson 

C. Reid 

West 

Weaver 

L. Bishop. . . 

II. Jees 

Munro 

W. Scotl . - 

Me Isaac 

I >oyle 



\. L. Perry. . 
.1. McPherson. 



T. W. Covert, 
•l. K- Hogg... 



6 
26 r.t. 

«.).', 

■21 
12 



lmi 



20 r.t. 
20 r.t. 



2 & 1 

1 
6 
1 
2 
12 
3 
6 
6 & :: 
1 
(i 
3 
1 
6 
1 
2 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do (from June 1. '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do , . 

12 do 

12 do 

L2 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

L2 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept, 30, '89). 

(i do from do 



Amount. 



?> cts. 

100 00 

4,550 00 

396 on 

470 00 

70 00 

239 00 

4,840 40 

150 00 

40 00 

65 00 

87 00 

37 25 

30 00 

112 50 

524 72 

24 00 ; 
40 00 | 

40 00 I 

25 0| ; 

50 <)(i 

3o oi) 

10 oo 

418 00 

3!) 4S 

52 00 



20 00 



160 oo 



21 21 



00 



45 (hi 

26 oo 

80 oo 

89 00 

29 K)| 

173 oo 

70 00 

67 on 

125 00 

.-.4 <ili 

280 oi 

l.Ml (II 

20 Oi 

L»I7 01 

170 0< 

20 0( 

1,090 0' 

111 Oi 

29 m 

55 m 

38 0( 

196 0(1 

190 0t 



76 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. l<;.) 



A. 1891 



Detail ol all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued, 



Name of Route. 




and Upper 



Carriboo Gold Mine 

Musquodoboit . . . . 

( Jarroll a < Jorner and Elmsdale 

( "at alone and Catalone Gut 

Catalone and Little Lorraine 

Catalone and New Boston 

Centreville and Halls Harbor 

do do 

Chance I [arbour and Pictou Landing 
Chapman Settlement and Head of 

Amherst 

Ghebogue Point and Yarmouth... . 

Chelsea and Pleasant River 

Chester and Kentville 

Chester and Windsor 

do do 

Cheverie and Kennetcook 

Cheverie and Newport 

Cheverie and Walton 

Chignecto and Maccan 

Chimney Corner and Dunvegan... . 
Chipinans Brook and Lakeville. . . . 
Christmas Island and East Bay. . . . 

Churchville and Mountville 

Qhurchville and New (llasgow. . . . 

do do 

( Haremont and River Philip 

Clark's Harbor and The Hawk 

("lark's Road and Louisburg 

Clementsport and Clementsvale . . . . 
Cloverd de and Middle Stewiack. . . 
Clyde River and Upper Clyde River 

do do 

Cogmagun River and Kennetcook.. 
Coldbrook Station and Railway 

Station 

Coldstream and Gay's River 

< Jollegeville and Lochaber 

Comeauville and Railway Station. . 
( Concession and Railway Station. . . 
Conquerall Bank and Conquer all 

.Mills 

Corberrie and Weymouth Bridge . . 
Cow Bay and Mira Gut 

< Jow Bay and Sydney 

Coxheath and Sydney 

Cranton Section and North East 

Branch Margaree 

Cranton Section and Middle Sec- 
tion X. E. Branch Margaree 

Creignish Rear and Port Hastings. 

Roads Country Harbor and 

Goshen 

< lros8 Roads Ohio and Ireland .... 

Roads Ohio and .lames River 

Station 

("rouse Town and Petite Riviere 

Bridge 

ulloden and Digby 



S. Hilton. 
C. E. Turnbull. 
( 'uinmings Mountain and Sunnybrae D. Mcintosh.. . 



Burnett. . . . 

Carroll 

McDougaU. 
Mclntyre 

McDonald . . 

Akerly 

E. Rose* >e. . . 
Cameron . . . 



Greeno 

Cain 

Dexter 

L. Bishop.. . . 

Keizer 

E. Millett 

Sanford 

M. Wilcox. . . 
Pratt ........ 

B. Harrison. 
McPherson . . 

N. Porter 

McAdam 

Urquhart 

Robertson . . . . 

, West 

Chapman . . . 
W. Stephens. 

McLean 

G. Hicks... 
W. Winton. 
Sutherland . . 

K. Hogg 

Reynolds 



Porter 

Gay 

J. Sears . . . 
P. Therien . 
A. Comeau. 



Snyder 

Melanson.. . 

Martel 

O'Callaghan. 
Martin 



M. A. Ethridge. 



F. Phillips. . 
McNeill.... 



G. Sinclair. . 
W, Murphy. 

H.A. McDougaU 



Dalhousie Settlement and Durham. 

Dartmouth and Halifax 

Dartmouth and Montague Gold 
Mines 



H. McKay . . . 
J. E. Leadley. 

F. W. Cooper. 



1 '.».',.•. t. 

~ :U 

12" 

4 

18 r. t. 

18 r. t. 

4 

6 

12 r. t. 

9 

46 
35 
35 

8 

17 
12 

3J 

18 r. t. 
31 
3 
6 
6 
3 
3h 

4" 

7 

25 

25 

5 

60 yds 
5 

H 





14 

25 r. t. 

2i ;.', 
3" 



3 

10 

10 
5 

10 

3 

17 r. t. 

5 



11 



3 
2 

1 

3& 1 

2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
3 
1 
2 
2 
2 
1 
6 
3 
3 
1 
2 
3 
1 
3 
3 
2 
6 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
1 

12 
1 
3 

12 
3 

1 
2 
1 
6 

9 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 



12 do 

1 12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89)., 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 

6 



do (to Sept. 30, 
do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 12 do 

112 do 

|12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



2 12 do 

3 6 do (to Sept. 30, 



(3 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 
10 do (from June 1. '89) 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



| cts. 

L56 00 

64 00 

24 <»(» 
14!) 00 

29 00 

27 50 
7<) 50 
20 00 

30 00 
117 00 

4n on 

050 00 

92 50 

276 75 

38 00 
515 00 
175 00 
140 00 

28 00 
80 00 

4UO 84 

I'll Oil 

55 50 

18 75 

29 00 
58 00 

39 00 
58 00 
60 00 
t5 50 

49 00 
16 00 

28 00 

30 00 

50 00 
140 00 

50 00 

1 

L36 00 

75 00 

487 50 

25 00 

15 <m> 

12 50 

33 33 

36 18 

26 00 

296 00 

20 00 

47 00 

21 

73 00 

120 00 

120 00 



11 



16— H 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 




Dartmouth and South -East Passage 
Dartmouth and West Chezzetcook. 

Dean and Shubenacadie 

Debert Station and Folly Mountain 

Debert Station and Masstown 

Delap'a Cove and Granville Ferry. . 

Dennistowu and Judique 

I >escouse and Lennox Ferry 

Descouse and Rocky Bay 

Devon and Goffs 

Digby and Railway Station 

Digby and Thorneville 

I Kgby and Westport 

Digby Wharf and Railway Station. 
Doherty Creek and Street's Ridge. . 

Dover East and Peggy's Cove 

Dufferin Mines and Salmon River. . 
Dunmaglass and McArras Brook. . . 



Bast Bay and McAdam's Lake. . . 

Bast Bay and Sydney 

Easl Bay and Sydney Mines 

East Chezzetcook and Head of 

Chezzetcook 

Eastarn Harbor and Little River 

Checicanip 

Eastern Harbor and Pleasant Bay 
Eastern Harbor and Port Hastings 
East Jeddore and Jeddore Oyster 

Ponds ... 

East Mapleton and East South- 
ampton 

East Margaree and Post Road 

East Mines Station and Folly 

Village 

East Miii'- Station and Ry. Station 
Easl Mountain and Valley Station . 
Fast I fixer St. Mary's and Green's 

Brook '. 

East Side Pubnico Harbor and 

Forbes' Point 

East Sid.- Ragged Island and Wall's 

( !orner 

Easl Southampton and Ry. Station 
Easl i Llle and l rpper Stewiacke 
Economy Poinl and Main Tost Road 

Eel Cove and Main Post Road 

Eel ( !reek and Linden 

Ellershouse and New port 

Ellershouse and I lad way Station. . . 
Elmsdale and .\ ine M He River. . . . 

Elmsdale and Railway Stat ion 

Emerald and Main Posl Road 

Enfield and Oldham 

do do 

Enfield and Railway Stat ion 

Enfield and Renfrew . . 

Engliaht* >\\ n and I ngonish 

Erim llle and Etonian's Valley 

i and Flail way Stat ion 



■ '• Stal ion and I o ><k in-liam 

l.'ailu ay Stat ion 

Falkland and I [erring Cove 

Falkland Ridg< and Springfield 



J. A. Shiers . . . . 
W. H. Isner.... 

T. Cox 

R. English 

E. G. Eraser .... 
W. W. Hardy.. 

A. Gillis 

N. McDonald. . . 
do 

T. Cox 

G. R. Burton . . . 
H. Sederquist . . 
G. & E. Stailing 
G. R, Burton . . . 
W. K. Peers ... 

W. Baker 

A. Gallagher . . . 
A. McGillivray. 

,T. McDonald... 
J. McKinnon. . 
J. W. Peppitt . . 



J. Smith 



L. LeBlanc. . . . 
J. G. Mcintosh: 
H. A. Archibald 

D. Mitchell 



E. Brown. . . 
1 ). Mclnnis . 



D. L. Urquhart. 

C. Morrison 

G. E. Johnson. . 



M. Green. 



• I. MeComisky. . 
W. P. Hupman. 

W. F. Lewis. . . 

S. Ellis 

J. F. Vance. . . . 

M. MeLeod 

k. I Innter 

W. Wood. off e .. 

I. McDonald ... 
Urquharl 
Thompson . . . 
Tompkins. . .. 

Meagher. . . 

II. Dowel] . . 
F. Donaldson 

• l . McKenzie. . .. 
M. Morrison .. . . 
P. E. Farrell.... 

I I. < - 1 ant 



M< I >onald . . 

T I [ayes 

I). D. Starratt. 





S^J 




£ i 


pj jo 


H £ 


oars 


O u 


ss 


. & 
o ft 


A 


fc 


6 


1 


48 r. t. 


1 


36 


6 


m 


3 


4 


3 


12 


1 


7h 


1 


3 


6 


3 


2 


5h 


1 


200vds 


12 


8 


2 


43 


6 


200yds 


6 


10 


3 


4 


2 


H 


3 


3 


3 


Gh 


2 


14 


5 


19 


6 


3 


1 


24 


2 


24 


1 


101 


G 


3h 


2 


6 


2 


2 


6 


4h 


12 


20 yds 


6 


2 


2 


ty 


1 


ICi 


3 


3 


2 


A 


12 


10 


(> 


1 


6 


ft 


2 


y r. t. 


3 


6 


2 


50 yds 


24 


8 


1 


80 yds 


12 


34 


1 


3 


6 


3 


(i 


20 yds 


12 


7 


1 


34 


2 


7 


1 


! 


12 


1 


3 


3 


2 


5 


1 



78 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do , 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

L2 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to .Inn.- 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

I do 

12 do 

12 do 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Falmouth Station and Rv. Station 

Falmouth Station and Upper Fal 
mouth 

False Bay Beach and South Head 
of Cow Bay 

Farmington and West Branch River 
Philip 

Fauxburg and Lunenburg 

Fifteen Mile Stream and Trafalgar . 

Fletcher's Station and Wellington 
Station 

Folly Lake and Railway Station . . . 

Fort Lawrence and Ry. Station 

Fort Lawrence and Upper Fort 
Lawrence 

Foster's and Newburn 

Fouchie and Gaberouse 

Fouchie and Grand River 

Four Mile Brook and West River . . 

Fox Harbor and Pugwash 

Framboise and North Framboise. . . 

Fraser's Grand and Heatherton .... 

French River andMcGrath's Moun- 
tain 

French vale and North-West Arm. 

( [aberouse and Gaberouse Barachois 

( (aberouse and Gull Cove 

Gaberouse and Sydney 

Gaspereaux and Gaspereaux (circu- 
lar route) 

( raspereaux and Newton ville 

Gaspereaux and Wolf ville 

do do 

George's River and Little Bras D'Or 

Georgeville and Glebe Road 

Gilbert Cove and Railway Station . . 
Gillander's Mountain and Middle 

River 

Hen Bard and Railway Station 

rlendale and Mabou 

rlendale and River Inhabitants 

Bridge 

Uendyer and Mabou 

Menelg and Upper Cross Roads St. 

Mary's 

rlenelg and Waternish 

Uengarry and Port Hood 

rlengarry Station and Pleasant 

Valley 

rlengarry Station and Ry. Station, 
den Margaret and Head of St. 
Margaret's Bay 



lien Margaret and Peggy's Cove. . . 

Wenshee and Merigomishe 

SofTs and Waverley 

lolden ville and Sherbrooke 

rore and Maitland 

rore and Mount Uniacke 

Tore and Newport 

iore and Shubenacadie [via Blois 

Road) 

Gore and Shubenacadie [via North 

^ Salem) 

Goshen and North End Lochaber . . 



Name 

of 
Contract it. 



W. Armstrong. . 
L. Aker 



H. Spencer. 



M. Chapman . . 
E. Steverman . . 
J. Nelson 



E. Largie 

N. McPherson. 

C. E. Baker . . . 

M. Chapman . . 

W. Vienot 

W. McDonald. 
J. Morrison. . . . 

J. McKay 

S. P. Borden . . 
A. McQueen. .. 

A. McDougall. 

D. Cameron . . . 

B. Gouthro .... 



Bagnell 
Hardy. , 
Martin 



Westcott 

do 
. A. Benjamin 
A. Davison . . 

Day 

McDougall . . 
N. Thibeau.. 

McLennan . . . 

McLean 

Boyd 



do 

McDonald . . 



Mc( ri-ath. . . 
McKenzie . 
Campbell . . 



McKay . 
Graham . 



Dauphin 

Miller 

Campbell .... 
E. McDonald 

McGrath. . . . 

Tucker 

Trider 

W. Hennesv. . 



A. Densmore. 



■3.-S 

r. *-< 



<~> 



A. 



do 
Manson ... . I 
79 



12 yds 
10 r. t. 
9 

mr.t. 

16 



100yds 
t 

5f 
12 

30 

llf 

5" 

5 



H 
4" 

28 

19 r. t. 
4 

2i 
21 
5 

15 r. t. 

H 

4 

H 
24" 

14 
3 

4 
4 

8 

27r.t. 
100yds 

12 

9 

11 
2A 

20" 

27 
41r.t. 

40r.t. 

42r.t. 



Period. 



12 months 
12 do 



3 do (to June 30, '89) 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



9 do (to Dec. 31. '89). 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 

6 

G 
2 

1 

6 12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



1 12 do 

2 12 do 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

47 00 

116 00 

14 40 

150 00 

05 00 

143 00 

75 00 

40 00 

100 00 

60 00 

25 00 

175 00 

299 00 

24 00 

150 00 

30 00 

40 00 

28 00 
27 00 

12 00 

20 00 

370 36 

63 00 

20 00 

4 25 

00 36 
32 00 

.V, oo 

144 00 

20 00 

30 00 
393 00 

230 00 
40 00 

31 SO 
20 00 

48 72 

285 44 
50 00 

340 00 
L>iiS oo 
75 00 
40 00 
135 oo 
375 00 
;-;.-)( i no 
320 00 

119 00 

127 00 

80 00 



4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Goshen and St. Andrews 

Grand An.se and Grandique Ferry. . 
Grandique Ferry and Lennox Ferry. 
( rrandique Ferry and West Arichat 
Grand Lake Station and Ry. Station 
Grand Narrows and Grand Narrows 

Rear 

do do 



Grand Pre and Long Island 

Grand Pre and Railway Station . . . 

( J rand Pre and Wallbrook 

Grand River and St. Peters 

Granton and Westville 

Granville Ferry and Victoria Beach. 

Great Village and Londonderry 
Station 

Great Village & Lower Five Islands 

Green Cove and Ingonish 

Greenfield and Middlefield 

Greenfield and Valley Station 

Green Harbor and Main Post Road . 

Green Hill and Westville 

t Ireen's Creek and Lower Stewiacke 

Greenville and Westchester 

Greenville Station and Head of 
Wallace Bay, North Side 

( rrennville Station and North Green- 
ville 

Greenville Station and Ry. Station. 

Greenville Station and Wallace ... 

Grindstone Island, House Harbor 
and Etang du Nord 

( iroasee Coquesand Railway Station 

Groevenor and Railway Station. .. 
do do .... 

( ruygboro' and Heatherton 

Guysboro' and Salmon River Lake 
Settlement 

Guysboro', Tor Bay and New Bar 

DOT 




Period. 



D. B. Sinclair. . . 
N. McDonald . . . 
G. M. Shaw .... 
A. McDonald... 
G. Nichols 



A. McDonald . . . 
M. A. J. McDon- 
ald 

A. Fullerton .... 
A Borden .... 
A. Mitchell .... 
A. Morrison .... 
D. Robertson.. . . 
W. A. Piggott.. 



A. S. Kent 

J. W. Davison . . 
M. Timmons. . . . 
J. E. Tibert 
R. McKenzie . . . 
A. E. Enslow, jr. 

R. McCaul 

A. Bigelow 

S. A. Purdy 



Hainsville and North Range Corner 
Half [gland ( '<>\<- .uid I'oi t Felix . . . 
Half [aland ( !ove and Main l'ost 

Road 

Halfway River Station and Han ison 

Setl lemenl 

Halfway River Station and Railway 

Station 

I [alifax and Lower Prospect. . . . 



J. Dotten 



G. Rushton 
J. S. Forshner. 
B. Betts 



J. Patton 

A. C. Melancon. 

S. O'Neill 

M. O'Neill 

D.D. Harrington 

T. O'Connor... 

J. Tory 



W. H. Hains 
W. Digdon. . 



W. S. Horton. 



I. Harrison. 



Halifax and Prospecl 

and Railway Station. . . . 

Halifax ;oid Sarabro ... 

Halifax and Wesl River Sheet Har 

bour 

Halifax Posl Offioe and Wharf. ... 

do do 

do do 

id and Street's Ridge 

I [ansford and Wesl Hansford .... 

I [ansporl and Looharl ville 

Hantsporl and Railway Station. . . . 



• I . Davison 

(!. H. Slaughn- 

white 

J. Walsh 

Iv Fishwick . . . . 
P. Scallion 



I!. W. Quinn... 
s. ( Junard & Co. 
W. .1. Conlon. 
Sundry Persons, 
A. D. Lockhart. 
W. Sutherland. . 

I >. Xason 

S. II. Michner. . 



5 

2h 
I 

2 

2 

17 

7 

17 

4 

29i 

5 

H 

2 

G 
30r.t. 
lGr.t 

17 

5 
50yds. 
17 

4 
4 
5 
5 
26 

13 

27 

2 
29r.t. 

H 



4 

224 r.t 

"21 

& 

80 
2 



3 12 months 
6 112 do .. 



U r.t. 

? 



12 

1 
2 
asreq. 
3 

3 
asreq. 



6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 



6 do from 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do . . . . 

12 do 

12 do .... 

12 do ... 



12 do 
12 do 



do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



(3 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



12 do 

Season 1 88! i-'9<>. 

do 
Special trips. . 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



80 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Harbor au Bouche and Railway 

Station 

Harmony Mills and Westfield. . 
Head of Indian Harbor Lake and 

Sherbrooke 

Head of Jeddore and West Jeddore 
Head of River Hebert and River 

Hebert 

Head of South River Lake and Sal 

nion River Lake Settlement .... 
do do ... 

Head of Tatamagouche Bay and 

Tatamagonche 

Heatherton and Railway Station. . 

do do 

Heatherton and Summerside. . . . 

Hebron and Railway Station 

do do 

Hectanooga and Railway Station . 
Hedgeville and Main Post Road. . 

Hemford and Pleasant River 

Holland Harbor and Port Hillford 

Hopewell and Melrose 

Hopewell and Railway Station . . . 
do do 

Hopewell and Trafalgar 

Horneville and South Head of Cow 

Bay 

Horton Landing and Ry. Station . . 

Indian Point and Mahone Bay 

Iron ( )re and Snnnybrae 

[aaac's Harbor and Isaac's Harbor, 

East Side 

Isaac's Harbor and Melrose 

Isaac's Harbor, East Side, and New 

Harbor 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



• lackson's and West Branch River 

Philip.. 

•fames River and James River 

Station 

•lames River Station and Railway 

Station 

Jauvrin's Harbour & West Arichat 
Johnson's Crossing and Railway 

Station 

•Ionian Bay and Shelbume 

do do 

Judique and Upper South West 

Mabou 



Kempt and New Grafton 

Kempt Head and Up£er Kempt 

Head 

do do 

Kennetcook Corner and Noel 

Kennington Cove and Louisburg . . 

Kentville and Railway Station 

Kerrowgare and Low Moor 

Kerrowgare and Sunny brae 

Kewstoke and Whycocomagh 

Kingsburg and Lunenburg ... 

Kingston Station & Melvern Square 
i Kingston Station and Ry. Station . 



V. Levangie. 

R. Johnson. . 



M. McGrath . . . 
J. A. Blakeney 

B. Baird 



H. Kenney. 
R. Flynn.. 



W. Dobson 

A. Fraser 

C. Landry 

D. Boudroit 

C. Cahan 

G. F. Moses... 

D. D. McQuarrie 

H. Holmes 

J. Venot 

G. Flick 

J. McDaniel. 
J. Gunn 

E. McLean . . . 
J. H. Grant 



H. Spencer. . 
F G. Curry . 



o . 
a a; 



41r.t. 
6 



J. Ernst 

J. McDonald . 

S. McMillan.. 
M. H. Grant . 

A. McDonald 



M. Chapman 

J. Chisholm . 

J. McDonald 
P. Dorey .... 



G. Riece . . . 
A. Morrison. 
W.( J.Swinesburg 

D. McDonell . . . 

L. Kathrens . . . 

M. McKenzie . . 

do 
I. A. O'Brien... 

J. McLean 

J. E. Eaton .... 
J. McDonald . . . 
D. K. McDonald 
A. McQuien .... 

J. E. Hunt 

W.Gates 

A.C.Vanbuskirk 



\ 

I 

50yds. 

1 

7 

3 

32^ 



&*■ 



18 



12 



6* 
3 

100yds 

7 

x 

22 r.t. 
22 r.t. 

11 



1 

1 

3 
12 
12 

1 

12 
12 
12 
2 
1 
3 

G&3 

12 

12 

3&2 

1 

12 

1 
1 

3 
3 



12 12 
3 3 



6&3 



3. 1 , 

3 

3 

20 r.t. 


200yds 
4 
4 
7 1 , 

31 r.t 
2h 

lOOvdi 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 



12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do (to Feb. 28, '90) . 
1 do from do 

12 do 



9 do (from July 1, '89) 
12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do 

do (to June 30, '89). 
do from do 



12 do 



12 do 



3 

9 

12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



do (to June 30, '89) . 
do from do 



2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 12 do 



Amount. 



s ,-t-. 

78 00 

26 00 

221 0} 
75 00 

120 00 

28 35 

11 00 

130 00 
35 00 
60 00 

27 75 

12 50 
25 50 
40 00 
21 00 
30 00 
40 00 

70S 02 

77 91 

4 08 

144 00 

43 38 

82 50 

30 00 
25 00 

20 48 
228 00 

74 SS 



(12 SO 
50 00 

GO 00 

85 00 

50 00 
34 50 

140 25 

50 00 
28 no 

o 2.". 

31 DO 

72 00 

40 00 

150 no 

■A 33 

40 (Mi 

:;:, on 

322 6o 

98 00 

36 00 



81 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 



DETAiLof all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued.- 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



.IS 



C a* 
o 2 



Period. 



Amount. 



Kingston Station and Rhodes 

Kingston Station and Tremont .... 
K< ill >cck and Oxford 

LaHave Island and West Dublin . . 

Lake Ainslie, South Side, and Lewis 
Mountain 

Lake Ainslie,South Side,and Strath- 
lorne 

Lake Annis and Railway Station . . 

Lakelands and Railway Station. . . . 

Lake Ramsay and New Ross 

Lakevale and West Lakevale 

Lapland and Newcomb 

Larry's River and Port Felix 

Lawrencetown and Mineville 

Lawrencetown & Mount Hanley,&c. 

Lawrencetown and Railway Station 

Lawrencetown and Torbrook 

Lawrencetown and West Inglisville 

Lawrencetown and West Lawrence- 
town 

Leamington and Spring Hill Mines 

Leitche's Creek and Upper Leitche's 
Creek 

Lewis Bay and Marion Bridge 

Lingan and Sydney 

do do 

Lin wood and Railway Station 

Little Bass River & Pleasant Hills. 

Little Bras d'Or and Long Island 
.Main 

Little Bras d'Or and Point Aconi . . 

Little Bras d'Or and Sydney 

Little Harbor and New Glasgow. . . 

Little Harbor and Reidway 

Little Judique and Rear Little 
Judique 

Little River and Oxford 

Liverpool and Milton 

Liverpool and Port Medway 

Liverpool and Western Head 

Loch Broom and Railway Station. . 

Loch Lomond and Red Islands 

Loch Lomond and Sterling 

Logan vi lie and West Branch Rivei 

John 

Louisburg and South Louisburg. .. . 
Lourdes and Railway Stat ion .... 

Loval and Weal River 

Lower f love and Maccan 

Lower Cove and River Hebert West 

Side.. 

Lower Five [slande and Lj on 

Lower Five Islands and Parrsboro' 
Lower L'Ardoiseand Point Michaud 
Lower Meagher's Grani and 

M' agher's < rranl 

Lower Meagher's Grant and Mus- 

'pi'"'"''"') I [arbor 

Lower Onslow and Tniro 

Lower River I [eberl and Maccan . 
Lower River [nhabitanl and l'< it 

Hawkesbury 

( l ( » do 



T. Walker &. J.l 

Randall (14 r.t. 

A.C.VanbuskirklB r.t. 
T. R. Smith.... 16 r.t. 



J. Remby . 
N. Martin 



D. E. McLean . . 
A. Whitman . . . 

J. E. Brown 

G. Ross 

A.J.McGillivray 
S. Demon 

C. De Young. . . 

J. Conrad 

J. Balcom 

H. T. James .... 

J. Balcom 

G. C. Banks.... 

M. Hiltz 

G. Nelson 

M. Beaton 

D. J. McKeagan 
J. O'Callaghan . 
D. McDonald . . 
T. W. Kinney . . 
R. R. Elliot .... 

N. O'Handly . . 
D. J. Walker. 
J. McKinnon. 
M. McKenzie 
J. R. Reid . . . 



I). McMillan . 
II. S. Smith.. 
J. F. Putnam 
A. L. West... 
A. A. Shand . 
R. McLeod . . . 
M. McKenzie 
J. Patterson. . 

S. Williamson 
M. McRury .. 
A. McDonald 

• I. W. l'Yascr . 
L. McDonald . 

do 
G. II. Lewis . . 

• I. W. Brodricl 
T. McGrath .. 

W. McCurdy.. 



( ;. Rovi lings 
\. I >aggett . 
C. Carter.. 



A. Blair... 
.1. McLean. 



5 
4 

17 

40yds. 

4 

5 

3 

18 r.t. 

11 

5 

38 

i 

33 r.t. 

8 r.t. 

4 
4 

5 

3Hr.t. 

35 r.t. 

35 r.t. 

2 

5 



18 

<; 

4 

4 

4 

3 

13 

100yd: 
15 



(i 

13 
4 

2i! 

14 
22 r. t. 
94 



82 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do (to Jan. 31. '90).. 

2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 
12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do ' 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Lower Ship Harbor East and Main 

Post Road 

Lower South River Station and St. 

Andrew's 

Lower Stewiacke and Ry. Station. . 

Lower Stewiacke and Ramsay 

Lower Stewiacke and Wittenburg. . 
Lower Wentworth and Wentworth 

Station 

Lower West Jeddore and West 

Jeddore 

Lower West Pubnico and Pubnico 

Harbor 

do do 

i Lunenburg and Second Peninsula . 

McCallum Settlement and Upper 
North River 

McCarthy's and Spry Bay 

McPherson and Pinedale 

Mabou and Mabou Harbor Mouth. 

Mabou and Sight Point 

Maccan and Railway Station 

do do 

Mahone Bay and Northfield 

Main-a-Dieu and Scatarie Island. . . 

Maitland and Noel 

Maitland and Shubenacadie 

Malagash Point and Wallace . . . 

Malagawatch and River Dennis .... 
do do 

Malagawatch and West Bay 

Malignant Cove and Merigomishe. . 

Manganese Mines and Valley St'n.. 

Margaree Forks and Upper Settle- 
ment Middle River 

Margaretville and Middleton 

Margaretville and Morden 

Marion Bridge and Trout Brook.. . . 

Maishalltown and Railway Station. 

Marshy Hope and Railway Station. 

Marvdale and St. Andrews 

Mattatall's Lake and Tatamagouche 

Mavilette and Yarmouth 

Meiklefield and Sutherland's Mills. 

Merigomishe and Railway Station.. 

Meteghan and Railway Station 

Meteghan Station and Ry. Station.. 

Middle Musquodoboit and Moose 
River Gold Mines 

Middle Musquodoboit and Murchy- 
yille 

Middle Musquodoboit and New- 
combe Corner 

Middle Musquodoboit and Wises 
Corner 

Middleton and Nictaux Falls 

Middleton and Port George 

Middleton and Railway Station . . 

Milford Station and Ry. Station. . . 

Mill Road and New Ross 

Minudie and River Hebert, West 
Side 

Monk's Head and Pomquet Chapel. 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



J. Monck 



D. D. McDonald 
W. J. Boomer . . 
W. Ramsay 

E. H. McGregor. 

B. Stevens 



L. Blackeney. . . . 

N. D'Entremont 
N. A. D'Entre- 
mont 

E. Mason 



A. McCallum. 
P.Flaherty. . 
J. McDonald.. 
D. McDonald . 
A. McQuarrie. 
R. D Roach . . 

do 
A. C. Zuricher 
M. McCuish . . 
J. Woodworth 
A. S. Smith. . 
A. Mclnnis . . 
K. McKenzie.. 

do 
M. McLeod . . . 

M. McNeil 

J. Irving 



N. McDaniel.. 
R. W T oodbury. 
J. Redgate . . . 
D. Lamond . . . 
W. Marshall . . 
A. McDonald. 

D. Forbes .... 
A. Patriquin. . 

N. Bishop 

W. McDonald 
J. W. Dunn . . 

E. E. Sheehan 

F. Geddry.... 



J. Jennings . . . 
W. McCurdy.. 
G. McLeod . . . . 



W. McCurdy... 
W. H. Nixon.. 
R. G. Anderson 

J. Gullivan 

G. L. Colter . . . 
G. Ross 



8 J 



T. Mack.... 
F. Boudroit . 



5 
23 r. t. 

8 

3 

7 



3 

2h 

5 

5 

10 

100 yds 

100 yds 

16 

9 

12 

20 

30 r. t. 

14 

8&5 

16 

22 

18 
22 r. t. 

14 
5 
U 
100 yds 
4 
il 

20 
4 



14 
5 
9 

27 r. t. 

13 r. t. 
8 
i 
1 



83 






!& 



6 

12 

1 

2&1 

3 

1 

3 

3 
1 



3 
3 
2 

2 

1 

12 

24 

1 

1 

6 

6 

3 

2 

3&2 

3 

6 

2 

2 
3 
1 
1 
12 
3 
1 
1 
6 
1 

12 
12 
12 

2 

2 



Period. 



Amount. 



4 months 17days(to Aug. 

17, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

12 

3 il2 



12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89), 

6 do from do 

12 do 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to Jan. 31, '90) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 



12 do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



11 20 

195 oo 

80 00 

25 00 

117 00 

69 00 

20 00 

62 00 

85 00 
40 00 



40 00 
45 00 
40 00 
28 00 
51 00 

49 99 

16 66 
98 00 

150 00 

274 00 

800 00 

90 oo 

17 25 
68 37 

205 48 
1,000 00 

50 00 

130 00 

149 00 
59 00 
33 32 
97 mi 
30 00 
32 00 
40 00 

374 00 
38 no 
90 00 

200 00 
4n oo 

115 00 

4!» 00 

48 <».) 

102 00 

157 44 

125 00 

tin no 

40 00 

40 no 

315 00 
45 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in lSTova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 




Mooseland and Tangier 

Morden and Victoria Harbor 

Moser's River and West River, 

Sheet Harbor 

Mountain Road and River John . . . 

Mount Cusack and Sydney 

Mount Denson and Railway Station 
Mount Thorn Settlement and Salt 

Springs 

Mount Uniacke and Mount Uniaeke 

Gold Mines 

Mount Uniacke and Oland 

Mount Uniacke and Ry. Station. . . 
Musquodoboit Harbor and Petpes- 

wick Harbor 

Musquodoboit Harbor and Pleasant 

Point 



J. Patriquin. 
E. Pentz. ... 
J. McLearn. . 



Nappan Station and Ry. Station . . . 
New Campbellton and New Harris. 
New Campbellton and North Sydney 
New Cumberland and West La 

Have Ferry 

New Edinburg and Weymouth 

Bridge 

New Glasgow and Railway Station. 

New ( rlasgow and Thorburn 

New ( rlasgow and Trenton ... 
New (rlasgow and Upper Cross 

[loads Sr. Mary's 

Newport and Newport Landing... . 

Newport and Newport Station 

Newport and South Rawdon 

Newport and I [pper Newport 

Newport and Walton 

Newport Station and Ry. Station. . 
New Ross and Stoddart's 

New Rose and Vaughan's 

Newville and Railway Station 

Noel and Shubenacadie 

Noel and Walton 

North End Lochaber and West Side 

li> ichaber 

North Range Corner and Railway 

Station 

North Range Corner and South 

Range 

North River Bridge and South Gut 

St. Ann's 

North River Bridge and Tarbut.. . . 
North side Grand Narrows and 

South Sid<- ( rrand Narrows 

North Sydney and Port Hast Ings 
North Wesl Arm and Rear Ball's 

Creek 

do do 

Norwood and Railway Station 

Nyanza and Wesl Side Middle River 

Id and Railway Station 

< >ban and St. Peter's 

Odin and Stewiacke Cross Roads. . . 

< Md Bridgeport Mines ami Main 

Posl Road 

< taslow Station and Railway Station 



J. H. Dimock. 

R. Holt 

H. Cusack 

M. J. Shaw. . . . 



A. McKay 



B. Young 

R. J. Stevens . . 

A. C. Barry . . . 
D. Morrison . . . 
L. Kehoe 



H. Corkum. 



A. Deveaux. . . . 
J. W. Church . . 

E. Love 

J. W. Church. . 



J. Eraser 

J. Weir 

W. ( ribson. . . . 
J. W. Hennesy 

do 
E. A. Bancroft. 
L. H. Sweet . . . 

G. Ross 

B. Boylan 

D. P. Young... 
.1. W. Singer... 
J. Murray. . . . 



I. A. Stewart. 



C. B. McNeill . 
J. E. Marshall. 



A. ( J. Morrison. 

A. Morrison. . . . 

II. A. Archil iald 
do 



'.. K. Ball 

M. McMillan. 

I >. A. Saunders 
A. McLennan. . 



H. D.McLeod 
R. Morrison . 
S. Deyarmond 

l\ -I. Mitchell 
A. McCurdv. . 



4 

22 r. t. 
135yds 

6 

11 

75 yds 
5 
20 

91 r. t. 

! 

5 

43 
17 r. t. 
5 
24 r. t, 
10^ r. t 
"20 
12 yds 
20 
15 
20 yds 
32 
14 



3 

3 

lOOydt 

' 4 



Kir. t. 



84 



2 

42 

6 

6 

3 
4 &2 
6 
1 
1 
6 

24 

2&1 

2 

12 
1 


3 

12 

2 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



1 3 



do 
do 
do 



12 do 



do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 

do 
do 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



(to Dec. 31, '89). 



do (to dune 30, '89), 

do from do 

do 

do 



do 
do 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Details of all Payments for Mail Transportation in Xova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. cfJSj 

Q 



Outer Island Port Hood and Port 

Hood 

Oxford and Railway Station . . 

Oxford and Rockly 

Oyster Ponds and Pirate Harbor.. . 
Oyster Ponds & St. Francis Harbor. 



Paradise Pane and Ry. Station. . . . 

Paradise Pane and Roxbury 

Parrsluiro' and Partridge Island. . . 

do do 

Parrsboro' and Railway Station. . . . 
do do .... 

Parrsboro* and Three Sisters 

Pfcrreboro' and Two Islands 

Pictou and Pictou Island 

Pictou and Pictou Landing 

Pictou and Railway Station 

Pictou and River John 

do do (fid shore). . 

Pictou and Steamer 

Pictou and Truro 

Pictou and West River Station 

Piedmont Valley and Ry. Station. . 
Pine Tree and Railway Station. . . . 
Pirate Harbor and Ry. Station. . . . 
Pleasant Valley and Ry. Station. . . 

Plympton and Railway Station 

Point Edward and Sydney 

Pomquet Chapel and Ry. Station. . 

Port Acadie and Railway Station. . 

Port Peckerton and Port Hillford. . 

Porter's Lake and West Chezzetcook 

do do 

I astings and Port Hawkesbury 

do do 

Port Hastings and Point Tupper. . . 

Port Hastings Railway Wharf 

Post Hawkesbury and R'y Wharf. . 
do do 

Hawkesbury, Railway Wharf 

and Steamer 

Port Hawkesbury, Railway Wharf 

and Point Tupper 

Port Hawkesbury and Sydney. . . . 
Port Hood and Port Hood Island. . 
Port Joli and St. Catherine's River 
Port Matoon and South-West Port 

Maroon 

Vtulgrave and Railway Wharf 

Philip and Pugwash. .. 

Port Royal and West Arichat 

Port William and Port William 

Station 

Port Williams and Town Plot. '.'.'.'.'. 
Port \\ illiams Station and Railway 

Station '. 

Port Williams Station and White 

Hock Mills 

Preston and Main Post Road 

Princeport and Truro 

Pujfwash and Thompson's Mills. . 

,Hiinan and Tusket 



W. I). Smith. . 
N. S. Thompson 

W. P. Purnside, 
C. Peeples .... 
A. Chisholm. 



W. P. Morse... 
W. Gormley . . . 
J. W. .Tenks... 
E. A. Jenks . . . 
J. W. Jenks . . . 
E. A. Jenks . . . 
E. D. Eullerton 
T. W. McKay . 

J. Currie 

G. J. Christie. . 
W. McDonald . 
W. Gammon . . . 
D. M. Geldert. 

B. Flynn 

W. Gammon . . . 
T. G. Anderson 
J. McDonald.. 
R. Mitchell.... 
Pv,. Peeples .... 

L. Craig 

J. L. Warner. . 
D. Beaton 

C. Duong 

V. Thibodeau.- 
G. S. Taylor... 
G. E. Ormon . . 
J. A. Richey . . 
A. McDonald . . 
H. A. Archibald 

do 

do 
A. McDonald . . 
A. A. Beaton . . 

A. McDonald.. 



do 
J. Morrison. . 

J. Smith 

L. Robertson. 



C. Therian. . . 
R. Trites.. . . 
G. King ... 
A. McDonald 



J. L. Bishop. 
E. Burbidge . 



F. E. Forsyth. . 

J. L. Bishop . . . 
D. Deloughrey. 
J. D. Nelson. . . 
J. R. Lamy. . . . 



3 

34 
10" 
l.-> 

2 



Z . g 

z - 



1'2 
1 

2 6 & 2 
0& 2 
12 



i 

I 

■j 

45" 

12" 

1 

20 

29 



50 
251 
1 

H 

i 

4 

3 

8 

2 

2i 

8 

3 

3 

3i 

3| 

5i 

| 

I 



I 

1 
100 
1* 
G 



3" 

1 

L2yds 



3 

o 
16r.t 6 ,v 2 

151 ,; 



Period. 



Amount. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

7 do (from Sept. 1,'89) 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '00), 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

G do from do 

6 do (to Sept. .'in. '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Season 1889-90. 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

VI do 

12 do 

12 do 



C) do (to Sept. 30, 'S«l). 

do from do 

12 do 

Special service 

do 

12 months 

12 do 

Season 1889 

Special trips 



do 

12 months. 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



24 12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



L. Porter. 



2 1: 



S ,■!-. 

:«) oo 

400 00 
90 00 

110 OK 

7 50 

7:. 00 
35 00 
50 00 

:,i> 00 

25 00 

25 00 

1,100 64 

0:. 00 

270 '»(. 

235 00 

22:» 00 

475 on 

350 <"» 

■at <,:, 

895 "11 

342 56 

24 00 

00 00 

SO 00 

50 00 

140 00 

411 00 

711 00 

150 00 

52 00 

21 00 

30 00 

233 00 

7 00 

100 00 

156 50 
156 50 

24 00 

15 »m. 

12 00 
6,270 ::: 

24 00 

411 00 

2:. 00 
so 00 

00 OO 

pio (io 

70 56 

:>:> 00 

02 00 

07 00 

on 00 

240 00 

401 88 

90 00 



85 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Rear Black River and West Bay. . . 
River Bourgeoise and River Tear. . 
Riverdale and Weymouth Bridge. . 
River Hebert and River Hebert 

Station 

River Hebert West Side and 

Shulie 

River Inhabitants Bridge and West 

Bay 

River John and Tatamagouche. . 

River John and Welsford 

do do 

River Philip Station and West 

Branch River Philip 

Riversdale and Railway Station . . . 
Riversdale and Upper Kemptown. . 

Rochingham and South Ohio 

Rockingham Station and Railway 

Station 



do do 

Romans Valley and St. Andrews. 
Round Hill and Railway Station. 



St. Andrews and Vernal. . 
St. Petera and West Bav. 



Sable River and Swansburg 

Salmon River and Sheet Harbor 

Passage 

Salt Springs Station and Railway 

Station 

Sandford and Yarmouth 

Sand River and Shulie 

Saulnierville and Railway Station.. 

Scotch Village and Woodville 

Shad Bay and (White'- 1 Prospect 

Road 

do do 

Shelburne and Upper Ohio 

Sherbrooke and West River Sheet 

Harbor 

do do 

Ship Harbor Lake and Ship Bar- 

boi Lake (circular route) 

Shubenacadie and Railway Station 

i !•• Brook and West River.. . 
Six mile Road and Wallace( Irani 
Mountain and Whycocomagh. 

Sluice Point and Surette Island. . . . 

Sluice Point and Tuskel 

do do 

Sobi i [gland and W'ati Section Sheet 
II urboi 



M. Morrison . . . 

J. Murphy 

J.H.Sabine... 

T. A. Lowther . . 

B. W. Baird.... 

P. McFarlalane. 

J. McLeod 

D. McGillivray. 
J. A. McKay... 



M. Chapman . . 

B. A. Wall 

K. J. McLean. 
J. E. Allen.... 



T. Pavne. 



L. Smith 

W. A. McDonald 
C. E. Spurr 



L. Cameron. . . . 
A. McDougall. 



W. Herkins .... 

W. C. Wambold 

J. W. Black.... 
N. L. Trefry .... 
E. J. White.... 
T. H. Saulnier.. 

S. Cochran 



C. Christian . . . 

M. Burke 

W.< ! Swinesburg 

J. ( Jumminger. . 
A. S. Cameron. . 



.1. W. Webber.. 
A. Kirkpatrick.. 
• I. McKay.. 

C. Cook. 

A. < i. Nicholson 
I. .1. Surette . . . 
W DVanNorden 
\. d. Lent 

I>. Logan 



Southampton and Railwaj Station. J. Meg 

do do 

South Branch and I fpperSteu iacke 
South Farmington and Railway 

bion '. 

South Harbor and White's Point. 

South Merland and Tracadie 

South Ohio and Railway Station 
South w i i Margaret and CJpp, . 

'" J. S. McDonald. I 

86 



geny. . . 

U.S. I >a,\ ison. . . 

C.P.McCullough 
A. W. RandalL. 

d. Mr I'h.lsdl). . 

M. Delorey 

W. ( 'losliy 






4r. t. I 
3 
10 

li 

14 

5 

13 

3 

3 



20 



15 



o 
28 

104 



20 vds 
20 r. t 



11 



in 



2 
2 

r. t. 

60 
60 

23 r. t. 

100 yds 
6 
5 

6 

2 

(i 
6 



L9r.t. 



2 
6 

1 

12 

3 

6 

6&3 

3 

3 

6 

12 
2 
3 

12 

12 

3 

12 

2 
3 



Period. 



12 months 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 



2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 
12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89), 

9 do from do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



7 do 23 days (to Nov, 
23, '89) 

4 do 7 days from do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 

12 do 



1 do (to April 30, '89) 



12 do 
12 do 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
6 do from do 
12 do 



9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

10 do 17 davs (from 

May 15, '89)... 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

6 do from do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 






54 Victoria, 



Sessional Papers (No. L6.] 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Nova Scotia, &c. — Continued. 



Xanir of Route. 



Spring Mill Junction and Railway 

Station 

Spring Mill Mines and Railway 
Station 



do do 

Spring Hill Mines and Windham 

Hill 

Stellarton and Railway Station . . . . 
Strathlorne and Whycocomagh 

do do 



ratamagouche and Waugh's River. 

Datamagouche and Wentworth Sta- 
tion 

The Falls and West New Annan. . . 

Thompson** Mills and Westchester. 

rhorburn and Merigomishe Station 
do do 

["orbrooke and Tremont 

I'racadie and Railway Station.. 

Truro, Railway Station and Street 
Letter Box 

Truro, Railway Station, Letter Box 
and Postal Cars . 

Tupperville and Railway Station. . . 

Tusket Wedge and Yarmouth 



[Jpper Musquodoboit and West 

River, Sheet Harbor 

Jpper Newport and W T oodville 

Valley Station and Railway Station 

liVaterville and Railway Station... 
\\aterville and South Waterville. . . 
liVaverley and Windsor Junction. . . 

\\Vnt worth Creek and Windsor 

iVentworth Station and Railway 

Station 

jVeetbrook and Railway Station . . . 
iVeetbrook Mills and Railway Sta- 



i»Vee1 Merigomishe and Railway 

Station 

River Station and Railway 
Station 

V.-tville and Railway Station. . . . 

A'eymouth and Railway Station . . . 

Veymouth Bridge and Railway 
Station 

iVilmot and Railway Station 

Vindsor and Railway Station 

•\ indsor Junction and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Vindsor Junction, I. C. Ry. and 
W. & A. Ry 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



- i 



z l 
y. - 



J. A. Dunn. 

J. Anderson 
do 



A. A. Schurman. 7 

J. Bartley \ 

N. McMillan . . . 4!) r t. 
J. A. McKinnon 20 



J. Lombard. 



A. Purdy. . . 

D. C. Byers. 

E. J. Purdy 

F. Love .... 
A. Weir. . . . 
W. Brown . . 
P. Delorey.. 



C. B. Archibald. 

do 

D. S. Chipman. . 
B. Le Blanc 



T. A. Logan 
E. Sweet. .. 



M. A. Johnson. 



J. S. Pineo 

F. Parrish 

J. Otto 

J . Trider, sen . . 

A. Barclay .... 
J. C. Taylor . . . 



S. Roscoe 

R. McDonald 



D. Graham . 
T. Maxwell. 
C. D. Jones. 



G. J. Hoyt. ... 
E. ( 'umminger. 

P. S. Burnham. 



do 



do 



• do do 

fVolfville and Railway Station. . . 
Voodburne and Railway Station. 



P. Hessian 

do 

A. Gammon . . . 



W. Herbert. 
G. V. Rand. 

D. Ballentvne . 



12r.t. 

20 
9 

13 
5 
5 
5 



50 yds 

i 
12 



20 

000yds 

70 yds 
llr.t. 
3 

2i 

135vds 
1 

1 

1 

75 yds 

i 

i 

l| 

i 



20 yds 
20 yds 
20 yds 



C> 
3 
2 
6 
6 
1 
12 

60&18 

36 
12 

6 



Period. 



12 months 

4 do L9 days (to A.ug 

19, '89) 

7 do 12 days from do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to J une 3d, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 81. '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

7 do 17 days (to Nov. 

17, '89) 

4 do 13 days (from 

Nov.' 17. "89).. 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



in 00 



68 96 

1 I- 03 

80 00 

225 <i" 

62 50 

171 00 



140 (Mi 

440 00 
165 26 
150 00 
179 25 

59 75 
50 00 
GO 00 

400 00 

1G 66 

50 00 

200 00 



398 oo 

13 44 

4(i no 

50 en 

32 on 

130 00 

7<> 00 

60 00 
104 00 

100 00 

40 00 

\ > 

121 

156 00 

40 00 

95 no 

280 00 

- 



37 B3 

22 17 
60 oo 

Kin no 
50 00 



87 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in iJsova Scotia, &c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 


Name 3 . 

of |jj 

Contractor. "to B 

3^ 


£ 8 


Period. 


Amount. 


Yarmouth and Railway Station. . . . 


A. Bain h 


12 
12 


12 months 


8 cts. 
149 00 




A. J. Hood 


" 


12 do 


120 00 








Total 






$125,328 6Q 



W. H. Smith son, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



88 



54 Victoria. 



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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



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ti 1 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1C) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mail Bai^s, Mail Locks, &C, 
in Nova Scotia, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Tradesmen's Nanus. 


Particulars of Disbursements. 


Amount. 


S & H . Borbi idge 


Mail bags, labels and repairs for Post Office Department. . . . 
Mail locks for Post Office Department 


g cts. 

77<» i<; 


K. ( Jhanteloup ... 


27 50 


Total 






m 66 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster -General. 



91 



16—8 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick, made 
within the year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Acadie, Acadie Siding and Railway 
Station 

Adamsville and Railway Station. . . 

Albert and Elgin 

Albert and Luinsden 

Albert and Point Wolf... 

Albert and Railway Station 

Albert Mines and Railway Station. 

Aldouane and Richibucto 

Alexander's Point and Laraeque.. . . 

Alexander's Point and Miscou Light 
House 

Alexander's Point and Shippigan . . 

Alexandrina and Notre Dame 

Alison and Moncton 

Allandale and Poquiock , 

Alma and Hastings 

Anagance and Corn Hill 

Anagance and Elgin 

Anderson and Upper Sackville. . . . 

Andover and Fort Fairfield 



Andover and Railway Station. . . . 
Annidale and English Settlement. . 

Apohaqui and Case Settlement 

Apohaqui and Erb Settlement 

Apohaqui and Railway Station 
Apohaqui, Collina and Pearsons... . 



Armstrong and Waterford 

Armstrong's Brook and Jacquet 
River Station 

Armstrong's Brook and River 

Louison 

Armstrong's Corner and Round Hill 
Aroostook Portage and California. . 
Aroostook Junction and Ry. Station 
• 

Black Bay and St. George 

Baie Verte and Baie Verte Road. . . 
Baie Verte and Railway Station.. . . 

Bairdsville and Beaoonsneld 

Barachois and Lower Abougoggin . . 
Barnaby River and Railway Station 
do do 

Barl ibog and Chatham 

Bartletl a Mills and Railway Station 

Ba River and South Branch 

Bath, JohnvUleand Kilfoil 

I '.at h and Railway Station 

Bathursl and Batnurst Village. . . . 

lot huTSl and Railway Stat ion 

do do 

do do 



Bathurst Village and Dunlop 

Bathursl and Tete a < rauche River 

(South Sidr) 

Bathursl Village and Youghall 

Baj 'In \'in and Chatham 

I Vin and Point Kscnininac. . 



S. Legere. . . 
J. M. Kennedy 
J. Garland. 

B. W. Fillmore 

A. Copp 

R. C. Atkinson 
G. Woodworth 
P. Richard . . . 

C. Chiasson. . . 



C. Vibert 

R. Dugue 

A. L. Hebert.. 
W. T. Jones.. 

D. Connelly. . 
T. E. McQuaid 
S. L. Stockton 

E. A. Robinson 
D. Wheaton 
J. Sloot.. . 
J. A. Perley 



J. H. Langley 
G. Z. Parlee . . 
H. C. Sinnott. 
J. A. Sinnott. 
J. Wiles 



J. Gray. 



W. Barclay. 



do 
A. Graham. . . 
D. Murchison. 
1). B. Hopkins 

A. J. Seely. . . 
A. F. Copp. . . 
A. C. A. Welk 

H. Baird 

II. ( rallang.. . . 
M. McDonald 
J. O. guilty .. 

J. Doyle 

J. Bartlett.... 
J. A. Campbell 
G. Giberson 
T. Bohan... 
S. P. Melanson 

do 

do 
J. Sivewright 
J. Niol 



A. Branch . . 
R. Anderson, 

H. Sinclair. . 
E. Nowlan . . . 



10 

26 

7 
20 



8 

26 
3 
4 
9 

6 
4 
6 

18 
15&22 
7 
1 
4 
10 
4&9 
100yds 
11, 14 
&17 
8 

1 

3 

20 

2 



11 
4 

h 
11 
11 & 8 



v; 



L2 

i 
16 
8 & 3* 

i 1 

2 
2 
2 
9 

10 & 8 
5 
25 
21 



92 



d 8 



2 

12 

1 

1 

6 

12 

12 

2 

1 

2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
1 
2 

12 
2 
1 
1 

12 

3&2 

1 

12 

6 

2 

1 

12 

3 

2 

12 

1 

1 

12 

2 

1 

6 

3 

2&1 

12 

3 

3& is 

21 

12 

1 

1 
3 
2 
2 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89), 

3 do do 

C do (to Dec. 31, '89) 

'A dc from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (Xo. 16.) 



A 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick, Ac. — Con, 



Name of Route 



Bay du A' 

(hi Yin 



in Mills and Upper Bay 



Bayfield and Railway Station 

Bayside and St. Andrews 

Hear Island and Scotch Lake 

do do .... 

Beaufort and Highlands 

Beaver 1 lain and Rusagornis 

Beaver Harbor and Black's Harbor, 
do do 

Beaver Harbor and Perm field Ridge 

Belledune and Belledune River. . . . 
do do 

Belledune and Railway Station. . . . 
do do 

Belleisle Creek and Norton Station. 

Belli wan Village and St. Joseph. . . 

Belyea's Cove and Henstis Landing 

Benton and Railway Station 

Beresford and Railway Station 

Biggar Ridge and Foreston 

Birch Ridge and Red Rapids 

Black Brook and Chatham 

Black Lands and River Charlo 

Black Point and New Mills 

Black Rock and Three Brooks 

Black ville and Coughlan 

Black vi lie and Shinnickburn. .... 

Blackville and Underbill 

Blair Athol and Dalhousie 

Blakely and Enniskillen Station.. . . 

Bloom field (Kings) and Railway 
Station 

Bloomfield Ridge and Boiestown. . . 

Bloomfield Ridge and Hayes ville. . . 

Bloomfield Station and Central Nor- 
ton 

Bloomfield Station and Railway 

Station 

do do 

BDcabec and St. Andrews 

Boiestown and Parker's Ridge 

Bon Accord and Kincardine 

Bonny River Station and Elmcroft. 

Bonny River Station and Railway 
Station 

Boudreau Village, Rockland and 
R( »ckland Station 

Boundary Creek and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Boundary Creek and Steeves Moun- 
tain 

Bourgeois, Grandique and Poiriers. 

Breadalbane and New Mills Rail- 
way Station 

Brigg's Corner and Sheffield 

Bristol and Highlands 

do do 

Bristol and Railway Station 

Brownsville and Stewarton 

Buctouche and McLaughlan Road.. 

Buctouche and Richibucto 

Buctouche and St. Castin 

Buctouche and St. Jean Baptiste. . . 

Buctouche and Shediac 



Name 
Of 

Contractor. 



W. Dickins 

F. Harper 

J. Richardson. . . 

• I. Sennett 

J. Elliot 

T. Harvey 

W. Haining .... 

E. W. Cross.... 

do 

F. Fldrige 

D. McCury 

P. Lannon . 
S. Chalmers . . . 

P. Lannon 

J. M. Huggard.. 
S. Bourgeois. . . . 

J. B. Mott 

A.J. Teed 

J. Au be 

W. H. Staten... 

C. Roberts 

A. Manderson. . 

W.Cook 

P. Devereux .... 

L. Reed 

U. A. Coughlan. 
W. T. Underhill 

do 
J. Mclntyre .... 
J. Blakely 



N. Wetmore 

A. Fairley 

D. Bruce 

N. Wetmore .... 

T. W. Kierstead 

A. Taylor 

P. McLaughlin.. 
J. W. Parker... 

D. Burns 

G. H. Williams. 

G. Matheson .... 

J. Sutherland . . . 

R. B. C. Weldon 

do 

R. Poirier . . . 



A. McNair... . 
H. L. Bailey . . 

J.Torey 

S. J. Rogers . . 
J. J. Hay ward 
A. McGregor.. 

T. Roberts 

do 

L. Sawyer 

F.X.J.Michaud 
J. D. Weldon... 






3 
3 
4 
4 
4 
1 
1 
7 
7 
3 
50 yds 
100yds 
4 
4 

3 
4 

4 

18 
2 

17 
3 



9 

5 
5 
6 

i 

1&4§ 



3 2 L 
4&2 

1 
38i 
11 
11 

5" 
10&30 

18 
6i 
H 

22" 



*-£ 



12 



2&6 

12 



1 
1&3 



Period. 





ills . . 






do 








do 








do 

do 

do 


(to 1 >ec. 

from 


31, 
do 


'89). 


do 








do 

do 
do 


(to Sept 
from 


. 30, 

do 


'89). 



do (to June 30, '89), 

do from do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



3 do (to June 30, 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 



6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 
12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



12 12 do 

2 12 do (and arrears). . . 

3 6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
3 I 6 do from do 

12 12 do 

1 12 do 

2 12 do 

3 12 do 

1 112 do 

6 12 do 

6 12 do 



Amount. 



I ets. 

40 00 

7.") 00 
L00 00 

20 25 

7 'AT 

110 00 

26 00 

17 50 
25 00 

149 48 

18 75 
52 29 
20 00 
59 2o 
57 00 
70 00 
39 00 
20 00 
35 00 
20 00 
35 00 

130 00 
38 00 
54 GO 
25 00 
2G 00 

120 00 
52 00 
90 00 
45 00 

56 00 
59 00 
15 00 

65 00 

5 00 
15 00 
195 00 
25 00 
80 00 
45 00 

50 00 

110 02 

30 00 

38 00 

9 ' 

50 00 

347 06 
98 50 
98 50 
45 00 
25 84 

180 90 

22S 00 

3 

30 00 

494 00 



93 



16— 8* 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick, &c. — Con. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



6,3 



Period. 



Bull Moo.se Hill and Springfield — 

Bumf run, Mineral and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Burnt Church and Church Point. . . 

Butternut Ridge and Carson ville. . . 

Butternut Ridge, New Canaan and 

Forks 

do do 

Butternut Ridge and Railway Sta- 
tion 



Caledonia, Turtle Creek and Rail- 
way Station 

Calhoun and Railway Station 

Cameron's Mills and St. Louis de 
Kent 

Campbell Settlement and Lower 
Southampton 

( 'ampbellton and Railway Station. . 

Campo Bello and Wilson's Beach. . . 

( 'auaan Station and Railway Station 

Canaan Station and S weeney ville. . 

Oanobie and Clifton 

( lanterbury and Woodstock 

Canterbury Station and North Lake 

Canterbury Station and Railway 

Station 

do do 

Cape de Moiselle Creek and Rail- 
way Station 

Cape Tormentine and Ice-Boat 

House 

Caraquet and Lower Caraquet 

Caraquet and St. Simon 

Caraquet and Tracadie 

Carleton and St. John 

('ail. •(on and Street Letter Boxes.. 

Carlisle and Lower Windsor 

Central Blissville and Lredericton 

Junction 

Centra] Hampstead and Hibernia.. 
( lentral Waterville and Temperance 

Vale 

( Vntiiv in.., Florenceville and Rail- 
way Station 

Centre ville, Tract v's Mills and 

Greenfield 

Chamber's Settlement and Foster's 

Croft . . 

Ihambord and < Srand Falls 

Ihance Harbour, Lepreaux and 

Litl !'■ Leprnaux 

Ihapman and Litl Le Shemogue, . . . 
ton and M iddle Simonds.. . . 

"Iiarlo Stat ion and 1 ' \>\»v < 'Iiarlo. . 

do do 

< 'li.it 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 and I )ouglasfield 

'Ii.it ham and Kouchibouguac . . . 

'Iiat ham and Railway Stat ion 

do do 

'li.ii ha in and Tracadie 



Ihipman and I [arley Load . . . 

Ihipman and Weldford 

( 'Ininh 1 1 ill and Riverview. . . 



W. E. Benson. 

A. J. Kearney . . 5 & g 
F. H. McKnight 4 
H. P. Price 15 

A. Perry 12 & 3 

E. Clark 12 & 3 

A. E. Killam.. 



1 12 months 

1 & 12 12 do 
3 il2 do . . 

1 ! 12 do .. 



G. D. Reid 

J. B. Calhoun. . . 

A. Babineau. . . . 

J. C. Munro 

G. Cumming .... 

J. Brown 

J. J. Bernard . . . 
J. P. Bernard. . . 
W. Glendinning. 
J. W. Scott. .... 
J. W. Dickinson 



C. G. Main. 
J. S. Law. . . 



J. Wilson. 



W. A.Wells.... 
A. Lantaigne. . . 
J.R.LeBoutillier 
P. Theriault .... 
D. O'ConnelL... 

W. Lane 

A. Albright 



J. Shehan. . . 
I ». ( iardner. 



G. T. Pinder. 
I. N. Boyer . . 
G. Gregg 



T. Morisey . . 
•I. M Lchaud . 



I . -I. Hop. 

('. i;. Oulton... . 
M. Mulheron.. . . 

• I. (ioullat 

I". La> iolette. . . 

T. Kin : , 

R. McNaughton. 

■ I. Ward 

\. s. Ullook.... 

Ferguson <fc Mc- 

( lullum 

• I. I >. Brown .... 

I ). R( ilici tson.. . . 

A. Bayley 

94 



2 & 1 3 do (to June 30, '89) , 
2 & 1 ! 9 do from do 



6 '12 do 

I 



17 & i 

2 

10 

6 

1 



8& 12 
3 
12 
22 

100yds 
100yds 

3 
4 

9 

22 

1 



5 

2,12 &6 

5 

4 cV 6 

1!) & I 

3 

11 
2i 
2j 
5 

20 
1 



2 
13 

1 
12 

2 
1 
2 

2 

12 
12 

12 

req. 
3 
1 
6 
36 
12 
3 

2 

2 



6 

3&2 

1 

1 

2& 6 
2 

1 
6 
(l 
1 
2 
24 
24 

(J 

1 
1 
1' 



12 do 
12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do (and arrears). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



6 do (to Sept. 30, '89) 
6 do from do 

12 do 



Season 1889 

12 months 


12 do 




12 do 




12 do 




11 do 




12 do 




12 do 
12 do 




12 do 




12 do 




12 do 




12 do 




12 do 

12 do 




12 do 




12 do 
3 do 
9 do 
L2 do 
L2 do 


(to June H0, '89)1 
from do 


3 do 
9 do 

12 do 
12 do 


(to June 0, $9). 

from do 


L2 do 




12 do 





54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in NVw Brunswick, &c. — Con. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Clarendon and Gaspereaux Station. W. H. .Jones. 
Clarendon Station and Ely. Station. G. S. Lacy... 

Clifton and ( Jrey's Mills J. Rodgers. . 

Clifton and Land's End < ). M. Flewelling 

Clinch's Mills and Gooseberry Cove J. Ferguson 

Clinch's Mills and Little Musquash G. Wayne 

Clinch's Mills and Railway Crossing C. F. Clinch. . . . 

Clover Hill and Sussex Vale J. McLaughlin. . 

( foal Branch Station and Ry. Station J. T. Swift 

Coal ( 'reck and Coal Mines J. Brown 

Coal Creek and Upper Coal Creek. . M. E. Weaver. . 

( Jocagne and Cocagne Cape J. S. Lucas 

Cocagne and Notre 1 lame E. Bilodeau 

Obldbrook and Railway Station. . . . E. Ryder 

Cole's Island and Narrows D. N. Marr 

Cole's Island and New Canaan A. Corey 

( Sollege Bridge and Railway Station D. F. Richard 

Colli na and Springfield J. Kellier 

Cork Station and Railway Station.. M. A. Murphy 

Cormier's Cove and St. Joseph D. A. Cormier 

Com Hill and Petitcodiac W. W. Price 

( 'ox's Point and Cumberland Bay. . T H.Branscombe 
Curry ville and Railway Station ... J. A. Beaumont 



Dalhousie and Point La Nim 

Dalhousie and Railway Station 

Dalhousie and Wharf 

Dalhousie and Charlo Station 

Dalhousie and Dalhousie Junction. . 
Dalhousie and Eel River Crossing. . 

do do 

Dalhousie Junction and Ry. Station 
Dawson Settlement & Hillsborough 

Debeck and Railway Station 

Doaktown and Shinnickburn 

Donegal, Waterford & Sussex Vale. 

Dorchester and Fairview 

Dorchester and Middleton 

Dordfester and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

Dorchester and Roekport 

Dorchester and Woodhurst 

1 )orchester Crossing and Ry. Station 
Dorn Ridge and Mouth of Keswick. 

Douglastown and Newcastle 

Dover and Moncton 

Downeyville and Springfield 

Downey ville and Tooleton 

Doyle Settlement & River Louison. 
Dumbarton Station and Ry. Station 

Dundee and Shannon Vale 

Dungiven and Memramcook 

Dupey's Corner and St. Andre de 
Shediac 



P. Stewart 

H. A. Johnson . 
do 

M. Reid 

N. Shaw 

G. A. Willet... 

P. B. Troy 

W. Janrieson.. . 



Broney 

Harron 

McDuff 

C. Buchanan. 

Crossman 
R. A. Colpitts . . 
S. W. Tingley . . 
do 



J. Read 

B. Card 

P. L. Belliveau. . 

J. Pugh 

J. Fisher 

W.A. McFarlane 

W. Kellier 

V. Van wart 

T. Hayes, jr 

W Saunders .... 

W. Wright 

E.Toole 



32 
.2^ 



10 

22 

4 

5 

15J 

lOOydi 

4 
4 
4 


I 

12 
23 



zi 



Period. 



14&10 
10 yds 

2 
11&7 

5 
I 



i 

18 

10 & 8 

3h 

2" 
j 

I 

12 



14 

5 

18 

11 

11 & 3 

3 

i', 

5 

4 



R. Hebert 



East Tilley and Junction of Perth 

Centre and Tilley Route H. Dougherty. 

Edmundston and Grand Falls M. Hartt 

edmundston & Mouth of St. Francis I. Leveque 

Edmundston and Upper Madawaska D. Sirois 

^el River Crossing and Ry. Station W. McNair. 



ilgin and Prosser Brook, 
in and Railway Station. 
do 



W. P. Robinson. 
G. M. Killani... 
J. D. Steeves . . . 

95 



3* 



37 

37 

3 

tV 
13 



3s 



12 

2 
12 

1 
&2 

1 

6 
24 
36 

,2w 
1 
2 
2 

12 
2 
2 
4 

1 
3 
1 
1 



12 months 

12 do . 
12 do . 

do . 



12 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do ' 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Season 1889 

Special trip 

Special trips 

Special trip 

do 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

and extra trips 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



1 12 do 



1 1 do (to Dec. 31. '89). 

6 12 do 

3 12 do 

12 do 

12 12 do 

2 12 do 

6 do (to Dec. 31. 39). 

3 do from do 



s ctB. 

.V.i oo 

40 00 

241 00 

272 so 

66 00 

10 oo 

26 on 

130 2o 

30 oo 

44 oo 
25 oo 
17 88 
.V.i oo 

.SO 00 

156 oo 
98 oo 

77) 0o 
42 oo 
12 00 
30 00 
52 00 
20 so 
30 00 

45 00 
27.0 40 

30 7.0 

2 00 

20 27. 

1 7,0 

1 7.0 

7.2 on 

83 00 

30 oo 

loo oo 

IS!) 56 

20 oo 

07. oo 

71 V» 

336 v. 

IV. I oo 

2< 

8 00 

87 <>.. 

250 "i» 

124 00 

So oo 

71 <><> 

20 "«' 

•jo 00 
27. oo 
25 00 

28 50 



o 50 

1,395 00 

7-1:; B8 

21 00 

40 oo 

192 <»> 

20 ol 

9 :'7 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Xew Brunswick, &c. — Con, 



Name of Route. 



Elmsville and Railway Station 

Emigrant Road and Port Elgin 

Emigrant Road and Ry. Station . . . 
Emigrant Settlement & Ry. Station 

Ennishore and Grand Falls 

Eimiskillen Station and Ry. Station 



Eairhaven and Lord's Cove 

Eairhaven and Steamer 

Eairville and Railway Station 

Fenwick and McKnight 

Fenwick and Sheba 

Ferguson's Point and Intersection 
of Chatham and Caraquet Route. 
Flatlands and Railway Station. . . . 
Florenceville and Railway Station. . 
Floreneeville East and Riverbank. . 
Flume Ridge and Magaguadavic . . . 

Forks and Ida 

Four Falls and Ortonville 

Fredericton and Hanwell ... 

Fredericton and Lower St. Mary's. 

Fredericton and Marysville 

do do 

Fredericton and Nasonworth 

Fredericton and Railway Station. . 
Fredericton and St. Mary's Ferry 

N<-. 1 

Fredericton and St. Mary's Ferry 
No. 2 

Fredericton and St. Mary's Ferry.. 

Fredericton and Street Letter Boxes 
do do 

Fredericton and Tay Settlement. . . 

Fredericton and Wisely 

Fredericton and Woodstock, East.. 

Fredericton and Woodstock, West.. 

Fredericton Junction and Railway 

Station 

French Village and Railway Station 
French Village and St. .John 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. H. Dyer 

E. D. Silliker. . . 
M. Mulrine 

B. Corrigan 

C. O'Regan 

B. McAloon 

T. McLaughlin. . 
do 

C. J. Tilton 

G. E. McKnight 
T. Simpson 



W. Ferguson . . . 

J. Steeves 

W. McMullin. . . 
W. W. Boyer. . . 

M. Noonan 

S. S. Clark 

W. Downing. . . . 

P. Lucy 

B. Dunphy 

T. B. Dunphy.. 

do 
S. K. Nason.... 
P. D. McKenzie 

do 

M. W. Ryan. 

do 
A. S. Phair... 
H. J. Phair .. 
T. B. Dunphy 
( 1. I. ( Junter.. 
J. Phillips.... 
R. H. Rainsford 



ragetown and Mouth of Nerepia. . . 

ragetoM n and Narrows 

ragetown and Upper Gagetown .. 

iagetOti n and W'eisford 

tretown and White's ( \>\ e 



alley and Thomas < ralland's .... 
■ .m\ Station and Railway 

Station 

hi vt hoi ne and Tabusintac 

riflespie and ( rrand Falls Portage. 

rladstone and K Intore 

rlassville and Ruther Glen 

rolden Ridge and Knowleeville ... 
and Shepody Road. . . . 

rOUldville and Meiniaineook 

rrafton and Woodstock 

rrainfield and North Renous 

rrand A.nse an. I Miaonette 

rrand Bay and Railway Stat ion . . . 
rrand Falls and Railway Station. . 

rrand Falls and I fndine. 

rrand Falls and Woodstock 

rrand I [arbour and White Head. . . 



.). Slielian 

( I. Stephenson. 
D. O'Connell. . . 



S. Cameron .... 
F. F. Wilson. . 
I r.W. Allingham 
II. Johnston 
W. Hamilton 

• I. White. .. 



P. W. Mooney. 

E. McCnllum'.. 
J. McCallan .. 
'I'. Watt 

F. h. Martin. . 
I '•. < 'ainpliell . . 

.1. Prescott . . . . 
.1. F. Richard. . 



\. 
M. 
s. Theriault. . 



). Shea. 

I [ayes. . 



Ilannn 

.1. Kelly.... 

Fetit 

A. Perley... 
.\. Daggett. 



c 


&j 




•r-^ 


a; . 

O m 




."SS 




Q 


1 

TT!" 


6 


12&21 


3 


1| 


3 


4 


6 
1 


I 


6 


10 


3s, 2 w 


1 


3s,2w 


i 


18 


ll 


2 


4* 


2 


s 


6 


A 


6 


l 


12 


4 


3 


6 


1 


5 


1 


11 


1 


10 


1 


G 


2 


4 


12 


4 


6 


9A 


1 


i 


18 


3 
4 


6 


8 


6 
12 




12 




12 


27.', 


1 


4 


2 


70 


2 


63 


3 


25 yds. 


24 


4 


2 


15& 17 


1 


45i 


3 


19 


3 


8 


3 


28 


2 


13 


3 


2 


2 


1 


6 


4 


1 


2 


1 


8h 


3 


4 


1 



Period. 



12 months 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

3 do do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89.). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89.). 



Amount. 




do do 

do from do 

do (to June 30, '89.) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 

do from Jan. 1, '90 
do (to Dec. 31, '89.) 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



1 

1 
2 
6 12 do 

1 12 do 
1\\ 12 do 
6 !12 do 

12 112 

2 112 
6 L2 

2s lw 12 



|12 do 
12 do 



do 

do 

do 
do 



96' 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick, &c. — Con. 



Name of Route. 



Grand Manan and Seal Cove. . . . 
( treat Slinnogue and Little Cape. 
Great Shemogue and Shediac. . . . 
Green Point and Petit Rocher. . . 



Halromb and Lyttleton 

Hammond Vale and Shepody Road 

Hampstead and Wickham 

Hampton and Ossekeag 

Hampton and Urquharts 

Hardingville and Quaco Road 

Hare wood and Salisbury 

do do 

Hartland and Knowlesville 

Hart land and Railway Station 

Harvey and Midway 

Harvey and Railway Station 

Harvey and Waterside 

Harvey Station and Magaguadavic. 

Harvey Station and Railway Station 

Harvey Station and Yoho 

Hatfield Point and West Scotch 
Settlement 

Head of Millstream and Perry Set- 
tlement 

Head of Millstream and Sussex Vale 

Head of Tide and Railway Station 

Head of Tide and Robinson ville . . . 

Heron Island and New Mills 

Hillsborough and Lower Cape. _ . . 

Hillsborough and Railway Station 

Hillsborough and Rose Vale 

Hillsdale and Mackville 

Hillsdale and Sussex Vale 

Hopewell Cape and Railway Station 

Hopewell Hill and Memel 

Hopewell Hill, Hopewell and Rail- 
way Station 

Hopper and Salisbury 

Hoyt Station and Juvenile Settle- 
ment 

Hoyt Station and Railway Station 

Indian Mountain and Moncton 

Indiantown and St. John 

Inkerman and Railway Station. . . . 
Irishtown and Shediac 



Jenkins and Thometown 

Jolicure, Westmoreland Point and 

Railway Station 

Jordan Mountain and Newtown. . . 



Keats and Petitcodiac 

Kerry and New Ireland Road 

Keswick Ridge and Millville 

Kilburn and Kintore 

Kilburn and Railway Station 

Kingclear and New Market 

Kingston (Kent) and Railway Sta 

tion 

Kingston (Kent) and Richibucto Vil 

lage 

Kingston (Kings) and Perry's Point J. Hill 
Kingston (Kings) and Rothesay |S. Cosman 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



G. E. Tatton. 
J. S. Leger . . . 
I. H. Hebert. 
J. Morrison. . . 



E. Somers 

W. Fowler 

I. S. Van Wart. 

F. Williams.... 
J. McLauchlan . 
F. J. Johnston. . 

J. C. Perry 

N. Wilson, jr. . . 
W. Craig 

A. Nevers 

R. Smith 

L. F. West 

R. Smith 

T. Craig 

D. Glendinning. 
R. McLaughlin. 

W. A. S. Perkins 

B. B. Hayes.. 

do 

J. Gillis 

D. Duncan . . . 
W. Maxwell . . 
S. S. Calhoun . 
R. E. Steeves. 
H. J. Stevens. 
T. Mclntyre . . 
R. Brewing . . . 
W. E. Calhoun 
W. Hunt 



C. L. Peck. 
J. McGee. . 

J. Patterson . . . 
A. W. Mersereau 

A. M. Bonnell . . 

D. O'Connell. . . . 

W. Gibbs 

C. Sullivan .... 

M. B. Perry .... 

C. We 



U. vvey 
S. H. Si 



nider . 



R. Keith 

J. Garland 

J. Harrigan. . . . 

D. Watt 

B. Kilburn.... 
J.W.Howard. 

E. Harnett 



P. McCaie. 



12 

4 

24 

3h 

5 
12 

2 

1 
13 

4 
13 
13 
20 

i 

11 

18 
50yds. 

8 



5 
19 

19£ 
3 
9 

h 
13 
3 
17 

7&5 

l&i 

18 

12&9 



7 &1 
4 

7 
5 
27&30 
6 



7 

2h 
10" 



.»4 

. Si 



3&2 
1 
6 
1 

1 

1 
2 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 

12 
1 
6 
3 
2 

12 
1 



1 
2 
6 

1 
1 
6 
12 
3 
1 
3 
6 
1 

6&12 

1 

2 

12 

1 

12 
6 

1 



6&12 
1 



Period. 



12 months 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89.) 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do • 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do (and extra trips). 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 
12 do 



3 12 do 

1 12 do 

2 12 do 

3 112 do 
12 12 do 

1 jl2 do 

12 12 do 

2 |l2 do 
2 12 do 
6 il2 do 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

119 00 
25 00 

400 00 

35 00 

39 00 
104 00 

40 00 
40 00 

130 00 

29 00 

24 00 
23 40 

274 00 
60 00 

37 00 
130 00 

120 00 
149 00 

30 00 
28 76 

22 00 

30 00 

175 00 
50 00 
85 00 
32 00 

200 00 

78 00 

140 00 

23 68 
240 00 

90 00 
50 00 

80 00 
82 00 

75 88 
50 00 

78 00 

176 00 
45 00 

126 00 

38 00 

225 00 

38 00 

117 00 

49 48 

295 16 

80 00 

25 00 

36 00 

100 00 

60 00 

35 00 

449 00 



97 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16. 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick, &c — Con. 



Name of Route. 



Knoxford and Upper Knoxford. . . . 
Kouchibouguac and Kouchibouguac 

Beach 

Kichibouguac and Point Sapin 

Kouchibouguac and Richibucto. . . . 

Lake George and Prince William 
Station 

Lakeview and Narrows . 

Lakeville Corner and Junction of 
Briggs Corner and Sheffield Route 

Lakeville Corner and Newcastle 
Creek 

Landry and Pockmouche 

Lawrence Station and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Ledge and St. Stephen 

Legere and Portage River 

Lepreaux and Pocologan 

Lepreavix and Railway Station. ... 

Lewis Mountain and Petitcodiac. . . 

Lime Hill and Junction Springhill 
Road 

Limekiln and Stanley 

Lincoln and Oromocto 

Little Lake and Tracey Station .... 

Little Salmon River Mills and 
Shepody Road 

Loch Lomond and St. Martins 

do do 

Long Point and Springfield 

Long Settlement and Woodstock. . . 

Lorwick and Junction of Perth 
Centre and Tilley Route 

Lnu.r Brighton, Newburgh and 
Pembroke, &c 

Lower Nappan and Point au Car. . 

Lower Southampton and Norton 

Dale 

Lower Turtle Creek and Turtle 
Creek r 

Lower Woodstock and Speerville. . 

Lyttleton and Led Bank 



Mci i-inley and Memramcook 

Maple Green and Railway Station 
Maplehurst, Upper Blent and Rail- 
way Station 

Maple Ridge and MiUville 

Maplewood and Milh ille 

Marl in - I [ead and Salmon River, . 

Mai '. \ ille and Peniac 

Maugerville and Upper Maugerville 
M< adorn s ami Railway station . 
Memramcook and Railway Stat ion 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



R. Longstaff . 

J. Potter, jr. 

do 
J. McLane. . . 



P. Carr. 
R. Black. 



F. McGowan 



T. L. Simmons. 
M. Landry 



J. Taylor 

J. Greene 

L. Mauzerall . . . 
S. J. Anderson., 
H. P. Reynolds. 
W. W. Price. . . . 



T. Scribner 

H. Turnbull.... 

A. E. Bully 

J. Steen 



G. J. Vaughan . . 
A. E. Malbery.. 
Fowness & Tabor 

W. Kellier 

J. R. Tupper . . . 

H. Dougherty J. . 



J. Downey . . . 
A. McKnight. 



J. C. Munro... 

G. A. Fillmore. 
A. W. Hay.... 
E. Somers 



G. C. Charters. 
J. Eraser 



A. Hawthorn. . . 

G. Russell 

H. Palmer 

W. J. I >avidson. 
T. B. Dunphy .. 
I'. McCluskey... 
C. F. Beaoh.... 
G. C. Charters 



do do .. ,1,, .. £ 

Milford and Railway Station .1. Irvine l. 1 , 

Milledgeville and St. John I). O'ConnelL... 4 

Millstream and Mountain Dale \V. E. Fenwick.6&7 

Millstream and Mount Hebron G-. I). Fenwick.. 

Milltown and St. Stephen J. & E. Keys.... 

Milltown and Upper Mills .1. M. MoDonald 

Miscou Harbour and Wilson's Point J. A. Wilson 

Mispec and St. John I). O'Connell... . 

98 



28 
5 

200yds 
4 
2 
10 

12&13 

2 

' 2 

4 

11 



20 
20 

7&10 
26 

I 

3,1£,2 

5 

10 

3 
G 



1 

3 
5 
L5 

4 



20yd> 



M-l r 

O n 
o & 



2 

1 

12 

3s. 2w. 

3 

2 
12 

1 

1 
1 
3 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 

2 



G, 3&2 

2 



1 

1 
3 

3 
3 

2&12 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
12 
24 

3G 

12 

2 

1 

1 

12 

1 

2a 1 w 

1 



Period , 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

12 do ... 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). . 

3 do from do 

12. do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

!) do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do 22dys(toJ'y22'89) 
12 do 

4 do (to July 31, '89, 

and extra trips) 

8 - do from do 

L2 do 

12 do 

L2 do 

12 do 

12 do 

VI do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount . 






»4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick, &c. — Con, 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



: . 

3 J 



C - 



Period. 



Amount. 



■foncton and ( >'Neil 

Mom-ton and Railway Station. 



do do 

Moncton and Stony Creek 

do do 

Moncton and Street Letter Boxes 
Moncton and Upper Coverdale. . . 

Moncton Road and Shediac 

Monument Settlement and Rich- 
mond Corner 

do do 

Moore's Mills and Ry. Station. . . . 
Mount View and Upper Sackville. . 
Mount ville and Railway Station. . . 
Mouth of Nerepis and Ry. Station. 
Musquash and Railway Station. . . . 

Narrows, Norton Station and Spring- 
field 

Narrows and Upper Gaspereaux 

do do 

Narrows and Wickham 

Nauwigewauk and Railway Station 

Nerepis Station and Ry. Station. . . 

Nerepis Station and Round Hill.. . . 

Newcastle and Railway Station. . . . 

Newcastle and Red Bank 

Newcastle and Renous Bridge 

Newcastle and Sevogle 

New rustle and South Nelson 

Newcastle Letter Box and Railway 
Station 

New Mills and Railway Station. . .'. 

Newtown and Sussex Vale 

New town and White's Mountain. . . 

Nictau and Riley Brook . . . 

Nigado and Petit Rocher 

Nixon and Turtle Creek 

North Forks Salmon Creek and 
Salmon Creek 

North River Platform and Railway 
Station 

Notre Dame an 1 Poirier 



• I. McOuade. . . 
Gr. McSweeney. 

do 
J. B. Scott. . 

do 
J. Gallagher. 
E. L. Goodall 
W. G. Bateman 



J. Kennedy. . . 
N. Turney . . . 
A. Connick . . . 
J. Wheaton. . 
J. Wilbur . . . 
J. M. Nase . . . 
L. D. Carman. 



W. Linden. . . . 
J. B. Wiggins . 

do 
G. W. Day.... 
W W. Dodge . 
D. McKenzie . . 
D. W. McKenzie 

J. Fisher 

J. C. Miller. . . 
J. C. Brown . . 

do 
J. Doolan . . . 



T. Fisher . . . 

A. McNair 

J. Rogers 

H. Jamieson . . . 

E. P. Ross 

F. Walsh 

L. A. Wilson.. 

S. P. Fowler... 



T. Jones . 
F. Cyr . 



15 

1 

1 
8 
8 

" 14 


27&20 
27&20 
100yds 
3 

100yds 

1 



9 & 21 
50 
50 
24 
k 
h 
12 
1 
15 
17 
25 
2 

1 

i 

12&10 
3 
6 

5h 
4" 



I fck Bay and Railway Station 

< Oakham and Thornetown 

( >ak Hill and St. Stephen 

( >ak Point and Round Hill 

( >ak\ ille and Richmond Corner . . . . 
Oromocto and Waasis Station.. . . . . 

Oroinocto and Woodside 

Oromocto. Sheffield, Upper Gage- 
town and Swan Creek 



R. W. Wilson . . 

E. Perrv 

J. &E. Keys.... 
D. D. Flewelbng 
L. S. Purinton . . 

T. Malone 

W. Rutledge.... 



T. Malone. 



do 
do 



do 
do 



D. McPherson . . 
T. W. Currier. . . 



ig and Upperton R. W. Barnes. . . 

Painsee Settlement and Ry. Station 

Passekeag and Railway Station 

ag and Sherlock J 

Pearson's and Starkey's J 

Penntield Ridge and Ry. Station. . . S 



4 
22 

3 
10 

G 
18 

10, 21, 

&12 

10&21 

10, 21, 

&12 

19i 



Babin 

R. Campbell. 

McVev 

H. MeLeod.. 

McKay 

99 



l 

150yds 

5 
9& 12 
2 



& 3 

3 

3 

3 

12 

12 

1 

24 

3 

3 

1 

6 

G 

12 

3 

1 
1 
1 
1 



G&3 



12 months 

4 do (to July 31, '89, 
and extra trips) 
8 do from do 
1 do (to April 30, '89). 

11 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and extra trips). 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 
12 do 



12 do .... 

12 do .... 

12 do .... 

Season 1880. 

12 do .... 

12 do .... 

12 do .... 



12 do 

Special trips. 



6& 3 

2 

2 

12 

1 

2 



Arrears . . . 
12 months. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 |12 do 




| eta. 

59 oo 

123 84 

320 oo 

4 33 

01 07 
150 oo 
105 00 

40 00 

39 00 
171 00 
52 00 
20 00 
20 00 
50 00 
2G 00 



501 44 

446 25 

175 on 

350 00 

25 00 

20 00 

92 50 

212 18 

295 00 

275 00 

145 00 

199 00 

7 82 
4!) 88 
114 48 
30 00 
3o oo 
13 33 
20 00 

37 40 

25 00 
30 00 

<;.-) on 

42 48 

159 00 

34 00 

80 00 

190 00 

109 00 



320 00 
16 00 

86 07 
ISO 00 

30 75 
50 00 
40 00 
150 00 
60 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in lew Brunswick, &c. — Con, 



Name of Route. 



Penobsquis and Roxburgh 

Perth Centre and Railway Station . 

Perth Centre and Riley Brook 

Perth Centre and Tilley 

Peters ville and Welsford 

Petersville Church and South Clones 
Petit Rocher and Railway Station . . 

Pioneer and Woodstock 

Pisarinco and Spruce Lake 

Pleasant Ridge and Rolling Dam 

Station 

Point du Chene and Ry. Station. . . 
Pollet River and Railway Station. . 
Port Elgin and Railway Station . . . 

Port Elgin and Spences 

do do 

Prince of Wales and Ry. Crossing. 
Prince William Station & Ry. Stat'n 

do do 

Prince William Stat'n & York Mills 



Read and Railway Station 

Renous Bridge and South Renous. . 

Reynolds and South Nelson 

Richibucto and Railway Station. . . 

Richibucto and Weldf ord 

Richibucto, Weldford & Ry. Station 
River Charlo and Railway Station 
do do 

River Louison and Sunnyside 

Riverside and Railway Station. . . . 
Rockland, Rockland Station and 

Railway Station 

Rockland Station and Ry. Station . 

Rockport and Sackville 

Rogersville and Railway Station. . . 
Rogersville and Rogers ville East. . . 

Rogersville and Vienneau 

Rolling Dam Station and Ry. Stat'n 
Etosedale and Upper Woodstock 
Rusagurnis and Waasis Station. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. J. Haslam.. . . 
G. W. Larlee... 

W. Inman 

N. Demerchant. 

P. Lingley 

J. Chittick, sen. 

J. Morrison 

J. R. Tupper. . . . 
E. McCarthy.... 

N. McDermott. . 
E. McDonald . . . 
T. W. Colpitts.. 
G. Siddall... . 
J. H. Trenholm. 
J. H. Grant. . . . 

J. Cairns 

W. G. Hatch... 

do 
W. Murray 

E. Read 

J. Singleton .... 

B. Reynolds 

J. C. Vautrin . . . 
L. J. Wathen. . . 

do 
W. R. Jamieson 
do 

J. Miller 

M. Daley 

J. Sutherland. . . 
do 

A. Tower 

D. Fontaine .... 
J. Hache 

F. McCaille ... 

W. Goodill 

W. E. Hoyt.... 
A. Grass 



St. Andrews and Railway Station . 
St. Andrews and Wharf 

St. Croix and Vanceboro Ry. Stat'n 

St. Croix and Railway Station 

St. George und Railway Station... 

St. I lidore and Tracadie 

St. John and Railway Stations... 
St. John and Shore Line Ry. Stat'n 
St. John and Railway Station 

do do 

do do 

St. John and St . .Martins' 

do do 

St. John and Sand Point Road 
St John and Street Letter Boxes. , 

St. John and Weill 

St. Joseph and Railway Station 
St.Leonard Station 4 VanBuren I s 

do do 

St. Marl in- and Salmon River. . 
St. Norbert and \\'.-t Branch. . 
St. Stephen and ( lalais, V . S. .., 



is 









21 

ft 

64 &8 
16 
10 
4 

14 

25" 

6 

10 

100yds 

24 

17&15 

300yds 

16 

3 



24 
5" 
7 
I 

27 

27 & | 

1 

1 

7 

I 

300yds 

16 

100yds 

4i 
5 

8&G 
3 



Period. 



T. Cuinmings. 

R. Stow 

A. W. Sears. 
J. E. Casey. . 
M. Parks.... 
1'. LeBreton 

D. O'Connell 
J. Moulson.. . 
I. McFadden. . 
.). Doherty.. . 

M. ( Jrowley 

A. E. Mallery. . 
Fownes <.v Tabor 
I >. Peacock 

I). O'Connell. . . 

do 
J. E. Gaudet. . . 
W. C. Hammond 
A. L. Coombs. . . 
A. W. Fownes. . 

I). Gallant 

J. & I-:. Keys... 



2 
12 

2&1 
2 
2 
1 
12 
3 
2 

2 

12 
3 

12 
2 
3 
6 

12 

12 
2 

2 
2 
2 
6 
6 
6&24 
12 
12 
1 
12 

6&12 
12 
1 

12 
1 
1 
12 
2 
3 

as req. 
4&() 

C 

6 
12 

2 
30& 36 

6 



30 
30 
3 
2 
19& 11 
1 
1 
1 
9 



12 months 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do .. 

12 do 

12 do .. 



Amount. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 



12 do 



(') 

6 

3 

18 

1 
12 

6 

6 
3& 2 

1 
12 



do (to Dec. 31, '89). 
do from do 



do (to June 30, '89) , 
do from do 



do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

do 

do (and extra trips). 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

do (to June 30, '89) . 

do from do 

do 

do 



do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do (to Sept. 30, '89) 
do (from Oct. 1, '89) 



12 do 
12 do 

6 

6 
12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and extra trips) 

12 do .. 

Special trip 

do 

do 

9 months (to Dec. 31, '81 >) 

3 do from do 

12 do 

VI do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 
12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



100 



14 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in New Brunswick, &c. — Con. 



Name of Route. 



St. Stephen and New Brunswick 

Railway Station 

St. Stephen & Shorse Line Ry Stat'n 
St. Stephen and Wharf 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Hardy & Bridges 

J. Greene 

Hardy & Bridges 
Sack vi lie & Intercolonial Ry. Stat'n J. I. Wheaton. . 

do do .. do 

Sackville & N.B. & P.E.I. Ry. Stat'n N.B.& P.E.I. Ry 

Co 
Sackville and Second Westcock 



Sackville and Upper Sackville, 

Sackville and Wood Point 

Salisbury and Railway Station 

do do 

Salt Springs and Titusville 

Sargent and Junction of Bay du Vin 

and Point Escuminac Route 

Shediac and Railway Station 



C. Doo 

J. I. Wheaton. 
E. Snowden . . . 
G. W. Gaynor. 



H. 



do 
O'Brien. 



Shediac Road and Railway Station 
Bhippigan and Shippigan Island. . 
South Bay and Railway Station . . . 
South Nelson & South Nelson Road W 
South New Bridge and Woodstock. W 
Spruce Lake and Railway Crossing. J. 
Spruce Lake Station and Ry. Stat'n E. 
Stanley and Cross Creek Ry. Stat'n T. 

Stanley and Williamsburgh J. 

Starkey's and Young's Cove S. 

Stymast Settlement & Upper Neguac j P. 
Summerfield and Upper Wicklow. . JA. 
Sussex Corner and Sussex Vale. . . J. 
Sussex Vale and Railway Station. . R. 



do do 

Tapley's Mills and Ry. Crossing.. . 

The Range and Wiggns 

Three Tree Creek and Ry. Station.. 
Tower Hill and Railway Station . . . 
Tracey Station and Railway Station 
Traeey Station and Tracey ville 

Tpper Cape and Railway Station. . 

Waweig and Railway Station 

Weldford and Railway Station . . . 

Welsford and Railway Station 

Woodstock and Houlton, U. S 

do do 

Woodstock and Railway Station. . . 



Sargent 

W. Smith 
Rodgerson . . . 

Goodin 

. Roxborough 

, Gorman 

. Tompkins. . 
Robinson 
McCarthy . . 
Coughlen 

Sansoin 

J. Thome... 

Gratton 

Gee 

Rogers 

D. Boal 



do 

M. Murray 

A. F. Barton... 
J. McQuestion. 

J. Irons 

D. S. Duplisea. 
do 

A. Raworth . . . 

M. J. Greenlaw 
L. J. Wathen . . 
H. W. Wood . . 

F. W. Bull 

F. Glidden 

J. R. Tupper . . 






5 
6 
600yds 

600ydf 

6 



ll 

12 

100yds 

3 
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6 
6 
11 
5 
3 
2 
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250 y ds 

1 



2 

50 yds 

4 



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O n 

ft 



12 
6 

as req. 
21 



2 

42 

3 

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12 
2 
2 
6 
6 
6 
1 
1 
2 
2 
6 
30 

42 
2 
1 
6 
2 

12 
1 



Period . 



Amount. 



12 months (and extra trips 

12 do 

12 do (and extra trips). 

4 do (to July 31, '89). 
(and extra trips) 

8 do from do 

12 do (and arrears) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (to July 31, '89). 
(and extra trips). 

8 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (to July 31, '89). 
(and extra trips). 

8 do from do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

12 do (and extra trips). 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 



Total. 



8 cts. 

219 36 

69 00 

79 00 

69 86 

200 00 

31 75 

49 00 

118 72 

24 48 
52 40 

150 00 

56 00 

20 00 
219 10 
33 00 
60 00 
30 00 
55 00 
37 50 
30 00 
20 00 

50 00 
60 00 
36 00 

57 48 

25 00 
43 68 

51 92 

140 00 

26 25 
28 00 
15 00 
50 00 
30 00 
30 00 

9 75 

60 00 

82 00 

88 93 

122 50 

122 50 

225 36 



854,087 96 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant 



"WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- Genera I. 



10 



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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mail Bags, Mail Locks, &c.,| 
in New Brunswick, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Tradesmen's Names. 


Particulars of Disbursements. 


Amount. 




S. & H. Borbridge 

R. S. Montgomery 

do 

E. Chanteloup 

G. Bailey 


9 
Mail bags, labels and repairs for Post Office Department . . 
do do do 

Lead rivet seals for Post Office Department 

Mail bag locks do 

Repairing mail locks do , . 


8 M 
632 70 

11 84 

280 00 

27 50; 

4 00 ! 

17 64. 

3 60 1 

4 50 




Repairing mail bags for Post Office Inspector, St. John . . . 
Stencilling do do do .... 
Stencilling mail bags for Postmaster, St. John 

Total 




Sun Publishing Co 

do 






$981 M 





W. H. SxMITIISON, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



104 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. K;.) 



A. 1891 



PROVICE OF MANITOBA AXD THE X.-W. TERRITORIES. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba and the North- 
West Territories, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name of Route. 



Abigail and Boissevain 

Adelpha and Killarney 

Aikenside and ( Jhater 

Alexander Station and Ry. Station. 

Alinassippi and Campbleville 

Anlen Station and Ry. Station 

A id patrick and Asessippi 

Argyle and Stonewall 

do do 

Arnaud and Dominion City 

Arrochar and Railway Station 

Arrow River and Beulah 

Asessippi and Russell 

Aeh Creek and Moropano 

Assiniboine and Poplar Point 

Aubigny and St. Agathe _ . . 

do do 

Austin and Railway Station 

•do do 

Aweme and Two Rivers 



Baie St. Paul and Fortier 

Hair St. Paul and Railway Station. 

Baie St. Paul and St. Eustache 

Balcarres and Indian Head 

Balgoine and Loon Creek 

Balgoine and Railway Station 

do do 

Bahnerino and Binscarth 

Balmoral and Pleasant Home 

Balmoral and Stonewall 

Barnsley, Lintrathen and Railway 
Station, &c 

Barnsley and Railway Station 

Batoche and Boucher 

Batoche and Saskatoon 

Battleford, Fort Pitt and Swift 
Current, &c 

Beausejour and Brokenhead 

Beaver Creek and Railway Station. 

Belleview and Virden 

Benbecula and Wapella 

Beulah and Elkhorn 

Binscarth and Binscarth Farm 

Binscarth and Lidford 

Binscarth and Railway Station 

do do .... 

do do 

Binscarth and Shellmouth 

Binscarth and Spy Hill 

Binscarth Farm and Snake Creek . . 
Bird's Hill and Railway Station . . . 

Birtle and Moosomin 

Birtle and Railway Station 

do do 

Birtle and Seeburn 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



J. Sheppard 
H. Mason . . . 
W. Curie.... 
J. F. Walkei 

G. Gray 

M. E. Bough ton 
R. H. Marshall 

A. Guthrie 

H. McLeod. . . . 
J. M. Martineau 
R. McDonald... 

J. Evans 

W. Dunkin 

R. Johnston .... 
G. M. Jackson. . 
F. Roy 

A. Bernier 

E. Bradfoot 

W. Clifford 

C. Bellhouse .... 

J. H. Lavoie. . . . 
E. L. Fairbanks. 
J. H. Lavoie. . . . 
J. Balfour 

B. Woolhouse. . . 
A. R. Dickson . . 

P . Dickson 

A. Fletcher 

R. Rutherford . . 

do 

J. P. Parsons . . . 



J. Glenn 

P. Parenteau.. . 
J. Caron 



Leeson & Scott. 

E. A. Dugard. . 
W. J. Thompson 
A. Mooney 

D. Miller 

G. W. Marsh... 
J. Fletcher... . 
W. H. Gwillim.. 
A. P. Lauder . . . 

do 

E. H. Williams . 
J. G. Langford . 

H. Bailey 

C. Hamilton, jr. 
G. Chudleigh... 

G. F. Dunn 

W. G. Porteous. 

do 

A. Swainson .... 

105 



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month (to Ap'l 30, '89). 

do 

do 

do 

do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

do 

do .* .... 

do (to June 30, '89) . 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 



Amount. 



do (to Feb. 28, '90).. 

do 

do (from Mar. 1, '90) 

do 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 



do (to Oct. 31, '89).. 

do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89) . 

do 

do 

do 

do (from Nov. 1,'89) 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do 27 days (to Sept. 

30, '89) 

do from do 

do (to Oct. 31, '89).. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 27 days (to Dec. 

31, '89) 

do 



I cts. 

(i 93 
240 00 
122 20 

30 00 

31 25 
50 00 

110 00 

30 00 
00 00 

208 00 

32 00 
180 00 
300 00 

52 00 
100 00 

31 25 
GO 00 

7 50 
22 50 
00 00 

73 33 

80 00 

G G7 

250 00 

260 00 

30 00 

40 00 

80 00 

148 00 

128 00 



315 23 
21 66 

125 00 
250 00 



20,001 84 

130 00 

31 20 

304 3G 

40 00 
468 00 

41 60 
GO 10 
25 00 

2 99 

34 37 

297 26 

200 00 

127 4i » 

125 20 

570 00 

97 48 

12 00 
130 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16/ 



A. 1891! 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba, &c. — Continued! 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Birtle and Warleigh 

Blackwood and Indian Head . . . 

Bly thfield and Starbuck 

I V 'i-sevain and Desford 

Boissevain and Heaslip 

Boissevain and Langvale 

Boissevaiii and Railway Station. 

Boissevain and Wapaha. 

Boscurvis and Moosomin 

do do 

Bradwardine and Logoch 

Brandon and Minnewawa 

Brandon and Olivedale 

Brandon and Pendennis 

Brandon and Rapid City 

Brandon and Railway Station . . . 
Brandon and Souris 



do do 

Brandon and Two Rivers 

Bridge Creek and Railway Station 
do do 

Brierwood and Roden 

Broadview and Railway Station. . 

Brookdale and Carbery 

Brunton and Railway Station 

Burnside and Railway Station 

Butterfield and Workman 



Cadurcis and Minnedosa 
Calf Mountain and Thornhill. 

Calgary and Fort McLeod 

Calgary and Mosquito Creek. 



Calgary and Railway Station 

Camilleand Treherne R'y Station.. 

do do 

( larberry and Railway Station 

( larberry and Well wood 

( larlingville and Oak River* 

Carlyle and Dennington 

t^'arlylc and Percy 

do do 

( larman and Pomeroy 

I !arman,LintrathenandRoseisle, &c 

( Iarmarj and Salterville 

( lamdufl and Sourisford.. 

Caron and Railway Station 

do do 

lale and Etegina 

do do 

Cartwrighl and Etail way Station.. . 

Cash i lity and Poplar < rrove 

and SneUmouth 

< 'hater and Railway Stat ion 

< Ihurchbridge and Eta 1 1 w ay Stal ion 
( llandeboye and Selkirk 

< llarkleign and Lundyville 

( llai kleigh and Reaburn 

do do 

< llarkleigh and Seamo 

Clearwater and Railway Station. . . 
Clumber and Whitewood Station. 

< 'lumber. Wnitewood Stal ion, &c 

( look's < -reek and Winnipeg 



J. C. Dudley . . 
J. A. Blackwood 
W. H. Mellow. 
A. McKnight.. 
G. F. Brown... 
H. Hannnond. . 
A. McKnight . . 
J. Sheppard. . . 
W. A. Terriff . . 
F.H. Stephenson 

T. Levins 

R. Crompton . . 

D. Reed 

W. J. Sargent. 
A. Stewart .... 
A. Munroe .... 
R. B. Kirchoffer 



do 
W. Telford.... 
R. Campbell . . 
J. Tortington. 

D. Aitken . 
J. Clementson 

H. Glass 

W. Shepherd, sr. 
W. A. Mcintosh 
W. A. W. Smith 

W. A. Smith.... 

F. Bolton 

W. H. Ford.... 
The Stewart 

Ranche Co 

G. C. King 

J. Palmer 

W. H. Smith... 
H. A. Perley... 
G. R, Black.... 

J. L. Fraser 

W. D. Kisber... 
1 ). McEachen. . . 

P. A. Finn 

T. Sutton 

J. Bruce 

R. Squires 

I. 1). Bride. . . 

1.(1. Macdonald 

A. II. Powell... 

E. Carss 

do 

T. S. Menary... 
('.<:. Ross 

I. I >ugan, jr. . . . 

I*. I >ickson 

B. I). Westman. 
S. 11. Ward 

I. Clark 

do 

I ). Boyer 

T. Seaman .... 

R. Rogers 

I\ ( ;. Lyons. . . 



F.WChamberlin 

<;. P. Bliss 

106 



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22 

6 

6 

102 

56 

i 

10 
10 

144 
17 

8 
18 
18 

8 
il3i26 
"4 
40 

\ 

22 
22 



1 I 



I 

8 

18 

40 

40 



22 



1 c^ 



Period. 



months . . . - 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (from May 1, '89) 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do 15 days (to May 

15, '89) * 

do 16 days (from do) 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to Feb. 28, '90) 

do 

do 



12 do 

12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

12 do 

10 do (to Jan. 31, '90).. 
2 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89) 

11 do from do 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 



12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

(> do from do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (from Mar.l, '90) 

Special trips 

12 months 



14 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1801 



BETAIL of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 
of 

Contractor. 



ilea and Roseberry 

j Creeford and Neepawa 

• nt Lake and Saltcoats 

e and Fort Ellice 

al City and Railway Station. . 

( Jypress River and Railway Station. 

< Jypress River and St. Alphonse. . . 
do do 

1 felton and Catching Post 

I >alv and Virden 

I >»■( Mare and Welwyn 

do do 

! ! teloraine and Railway Station 

i 1 Moraine and Sourisford 

I teloraine and Waneche 

1 >eloraine and West Brenda 

Dominion City and Emerson 

Donore and Railway Station 

, Douglas Station and R'y Station. . . 
« 1 )rumconnor and Railway Station . . 

» Dunbow and Okotoks 

« I )umnore Junction and R'y Station 
(| East Selkirk and Railway Station. . 

|( Mast Selkirk and Selkirk 

m Edgeley Farm and Qu'Appelle 

Station 

m Kdmonton and St. Albert 

,,; Klkhorn and Kola 

" Klkhorn and Lippentott 

I do do 

Klkhorn and Railway Station 

Klphinstone and Lake Dauphin. . . . 

Elphinstone and Strathclair Station 

f Emerson and Gretna 

L Emerson and Letellier 

„ Emerson and St. Joseph. 

J , do do 

\ Emerson and Stuartburn 

JJ Krinview and Stonewall 

' Bsterhaz and Ohlen 



Kunola and Melita . 



airfax and Souris 

Mrmede and Wapella 

annvstelle and Railway Station 

erndale and Hillburn 

^ernton and Winnipeg 

'leming and Railway Station — 

do do 

"rt Alexander and Peguis 

'ort Francis and Rat Portage . . . 
do do 

<»rt McLeod and Lethbridge 

'ort McLeod and New Oxley 



McLeod and Pincher Creek. . 
I'elly and Wallace 

Saskatchewan and Pakan 

ill >«' 

ax Warren and Railway Station. 



ladstone and Golden Stream. 

ladstone and Mekiwin 

ladstone and Plumas 

do do 

16—9 



A.Kelso 

W. R. Dunloi 
D. J. O'Keffe. 

J. Ellis 

R. Rollins. . . . 
A. Creighton., 
J. N. Lee. . . . 

D. Jeanotte. . . 
J. McLeod. . . . 

A. Mooney 

J. Scott 

W. Ray 

R. D. Martin. 
T. Cochlan. . . 

k. Stewart 

S. Leach 

C. Whitman. 

C. Wheatland. 
T. E. Greenwood 

E. Brown 
R. A 
W. A. Killier. 

D. McLeod, jr 
R. Comber 



W. C. Cameron 

S. Moran 

J. T. Madge... 
W. F. Longman 

do 
J. McLeod. . . 
D. Mcintosh. 
A. R. Sutherland 
C. Whitman . . 
J. H. Vanwhort 

do 
Z. Robert. . 
J. H. Vanwhort 
W. E. Crawford 

T. Vass 

J. A. A. Paisley 



R. King 

H. A. Hall.... 

A. Veronneau. 
W. Moran .... 
C. F. Bridgman 
M. Morrison. . . 

B. B. Gilbart.. 
M. Fontaine. . . 

C. Lewis 

F. B. Nicolle... 
E. R. Co wen, Ex 
The Stewar' 

Ranche Co . . . 
M. Brouillette. 
J. C. Murray . . 
Borwick & Eras 

mus 

A. Laycock 



D. McConnell . 
J. McGregor 
L. A. Dunning. 
J. L. Logie. 



8 
8 

13 

7 
7 

28 
20 
32 
10 
If 
I 

i 



9 
15 
20 
12 

ft 

65 

9* 
18" 
15i 
15i 
15f 
294 
25" 

7 
12 

9 
16 



50 
160 
160 

30 

28 
32 
49 

55 



si 

. u 



1 
2 
1 
2 
6 
4 
2 
2 

12 
1 
1 
1 
6 
2 
1 
1 
3 
2 

12 
3 
1 

24 
6 
3 

2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
12 
Ft'nly 
2 
6 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
6 

1 
3 
12 
12 
Ftn'ly 
Ftn'ly 
Ftn'ly 
3 

1 
2 

Ftn'ly 

Ftn'ly 
5 

1 
2 

1 
1 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

1 do (from Mar. 1, '90). 
12 do 

12 
12 

3 

!) 
12 
12 
11 

1 
12 
12 
12 



do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do (to Feb. 28, '90) 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 



Amount. 



12 do 
12 do 



do 
do 



12 do : 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do (from May 1, '89) 

1 do (to April 30, ' 

11 do from do 

12 do 

1 do (from Mar. 1,'90) 

12 do 

12 do 

2 do (to May 31, '89), 
1 do (to June 30, '89).. 
9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 

2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 
10 do (to Jan. 31, '90). 
12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 
9 do from do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 



3 do (to June 30, '89). 

12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 



12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, 

3 do from do 



8 cts. 



104 00 


366 00 


11 25 


120 00 


60 00 


26 00 


32 50 


150 00 


30 00 


88 60 


67 83 


6 17 


50 00 


514 80 


156 00 


300 00 


312 00 


57 20 


60 00 


54 60 


159 50 


108 00 


100 00 


75 00 


200 00 


200 00 


95 33 


12 08 


79 75 


78 00 


26 00 


123 76 


858 00 


45 55 


22 77 


225 00 


338 00 


186 66 


50 00 


32 50 


100 00 


125 00 


16 


43 33 


125 00 


15 00 


75 00 


182 00 


480 00 


410 00 


750 00 


171 56 


475 00 


121 33 


650 00 


20 00 


78 00 


225 00 


120 00 


50 00 



107 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16. 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba, &c. — Continued. 



Kame of Koute. 



( Gladstone and Railway Station 

Glady's and Okotoks 

Gleichen and Railway Station 

Gleichen and Strangmuir 

Glenboro' and Grund 

Glenboro' and Railway Station 

Glenboro 1 and Stockton 

Glendinning, Pilot Mound and 

Roseberry 

Gonor and Railway Station 

Grandin and Wingard 

Grenfell and Railway Station 

Gretna and Reinland 

Gretna and Railway Station 

Griswold Station and Railway Stn. 

Griswold Station and Viola Dale . . 

do do 

Gull Lake and Railway Station 

do do 



Hanlan and Meadow Lea 

Harrowby and Railway Station . . . 
do do 

do do 

Hay ward and Qu'Appelle Station . 

Hecla and Icelandic River 

High Bluff and Railway Station. . 
High River and Pekisko 



Holland and Railway Station. . . 
Holmfield and Railway Station. 
Hun's Valley and Minnedosa. . . 



Icelandic River and Peguis 

[gnace and Railway Station 

Endianford and Treherne 

Indian Head and Railway Station, 
do do 



Joly ainl St. A.ga1 be 
Joly and Steinoach . 



Kalidea and Manitou 

ECaministiqua and Railway Station, 
do do 

ECamsack and W allace 

Keewatib and Elailway Station... 
do do . . . . 

Kelloe and Elailway Station 

do do 

Kemnay and Elailway Station 

Ki Harney and Elailway Station. . . . 

K illarney and Elowland 

K hnbrae and Riversdale 

K inist ino and Prince Albert 

K in* mote and Wesl bourne 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 









La Broquerie and Winnipeg 

nburg and Elailway Station 
,l" do 



do 



.1" 



J. L. Logie 

C. W. S. Hark- 
ness 

V. J. Beaupre. . 

A. W. Strange. . 

S. Christopher- 
son 

J. Duncan 

A. F. Andrews.. 

J. M. Fraser 

J. Gunn 

C. Nolin 

R. Routh 

W. Esau 

J. R. Hoffman . . 

G. Lindsay 

G. E. Brown. . . . 
P. R. Brown.... 
T. F. English. . . 
R. W. Caswell. . 

J. Macdonald. . . 

S. Blane 

do 

do 

H. H. Hay ward. 
G. Arnason. ... 
J. A. Drummond 
M. G. Stinson . . 

J. F. Holland . . 
T. S. Young.... 
M. Ruby 



S. Sigardson. 
W. H. Cobb. 
H. Sturton.. . 
R. Crawford, 
do 



A. Lafrance 

J. Cadotte 



N. Morrison. . . . 

s. A. King 

F. W. Whitfield. 
J. C. Murray . . . 
A. Torrance. . . . 

.1. A. Fletcher. . 

.1. I ligham 

C F. Nixon.... 

J. A. Scott 

<'. Bate 

.1. Knsscll 

.1. I'. Minhinniek 
R. Pritchard.... 
( '. Audi arson. . . . 

.1. B. Desautels. 

I'. ibid. 

do 



do 



25 



13 



15 
36 

13i 



1 

L6| 
9 

is. 1 , 
05 



IT 



1 
12 

1 

2 
4 
2 

1 

2 

1 

12 

2 

14 

12 

1 

1 

12 

12 

1 
2 
1 

3 

1 

Ftn'ly 
14 
Ftn'ly 
& w'ly 
4 
6 
1 

Ftn'ly 

12 

1 

12 

12 

2 
1 

1 

12 

12 

Ftn'ly 

12 

12 

4 

4 

6 

6 

2 

1 

Ftn'ly 

2 
2 
1 



Period. 



12 months 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90). 
12 do 

5 do (from Nov. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (to July 31, '89) . 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept, 30, '89). 
do from do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) . 

5 do 27 dys. (to Dec. 

31, '89) 

3 do from do 

12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, '89). 
12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

3 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
6 do from do 

4 do (to July 31, '89). 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89). 
3 do from do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (from Mar. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89) . 

5 do 27 dys. (to Dec. 

31, '89) 

3 do from do 



108 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba, etc. — Continm d. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Langvale and Ninette 

Lari\ iere ami Railway Station 

Lebret and Qu'Appelle 

Lennox and Slontefiore 

Lethbridge and Railway Station. . . 
Lowestoft and Mordeil 

PCoGregor Station and Ry. Station. 

do do 

McGregor Station and Rosehill. . . . 
IJcGregor Station and Wellington. 

do do 

McLean and Railway Station 

do do 



Manitou and Mowbray 

Manitou, Mowbray and Wind} r gates 



Manitou and Mussellboro' , 

do do 

Maniton and Norquay 

do do 

Maniton and Railway Station 

Maple Creek and Railway Station. 

Marieton and Regina 

Maiieton and Strassburg 

Marlborough and Moose Jaw 

Marney and Newdale . 

Marringhurst and Otenaw 

Medicine Hat and Railway Station, 

Medora and Princess 

Melgund and Souris 

Menota and Napinka 

do do 

Miami and Morden 

Millbrook and Queen's Valley 

Minnedosa and Railway Station.. . . 

Minnedosa and Scandinavia 

Moffat and Wolseley 

Moline and Rapid City 

Montgomery and Whitewood St'n. . 

Moose Jaw and Railway Station. . . 

do do 

do do 

Moosomin and Railway Station 

Moosomin and Redpath 

Morden and Railway Station 

Morden and Roland*. 

Morden and Stodderville 

Monis and Railway Station 

Morris and St. Jean Baptiste 



Neepawa and Oberon 

Neepawa and Orange Ridge 

do do 

Neepawa and Railway Station 

Neepawa and Salisbury 

do do 

Nelson and Opawaka 

Newdale and Railway Station 

Newdale and Raven's Glen 

: Ninga and Railway Station 

Niverville and Royal 

Norman and Railway Station 

do do 

16— 9J 



J. Overend 

W. H. Swales . . 
J. P. Magnan. . . 

H. Mantz 

J. Higinbotham. 
\V. 11. Lowe.... 

T. R, Vardon... 
J. Watson 

E. C. Hamblin . 
W.J. Thompson 

F. Atkinson . 
J. B. Davis.. 

do 



4 



J. Shields, 
do 



do 

W. Pole 

G. Saunders 
G. Moorhead . . . 
W. C. Kennedy. 

J. Dixon 

S. Beach 

A. Christoph 

J. G. Beesley . . . 
S. B. Baxter.... 
W. Playfair .... 

T.Tweed 

W. Cosgrove 

W. A. Dolmage. 
J. S. Yeomans . . 
F. B. Warren . . 

J. G. Blair 

J. Davies 

T. Boyd 

C. A. Johanson . 
E. A. Banbury. . 

D. McNaught. . . 
T. B. O'Donohoe 
J. Whitmore .... 
X. S. Witon.... 

C. A. Gass 

J. Daniel 

J. Deavitt .... 
J. H. Dunsford.. 

W. A. Lowe 

J. Stodders 

W. A. Russell. . . 
P. Parenteau .... 



Farrell 

Winter 

Chatwin 

M. Dalton.. 
Mclntyre . . . 

Jasi>er 

Angers 

L. Cook 

A. Rea 

. McKnight . 
. Galjie .... 

B. Nadon. . . 
B. Davies . . . 



lo 
8 

m 



20 
26 and 
33± 
17l 
15 
44 
44 
i 



41 



109 



100 yds 
100 yds 



*& 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

11 do (to Feb. 28, ' ( J0). 



(i do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

2 do (from Feb. 1, '90) 
9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 

5 do 7 days (to Oct. 7, 

1889) 

1 do (to April 30, '89). 



11 

9 

3 

3 

9 
12 
12 
12 
12 
V2 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

2 
10 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

1 

7 

4 
12 
12 
12 

1 
12 
12 
12 

12 

3 

9 
12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 
9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 1, $9) 
12 do 

(I do (to Sept. 30, '89). 
G do from do 



do (from May 1, '89) 

do (to Dec. 31, '89) 

do from do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to May 31, '89).. 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (to April 30, '89). 

do (to Nov. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 

do 



A mount. 



do (from Mar. 1, '90) 

do 

do 

do 



do 

do (to June 30, '89). 
do from do 



$ eta. 

104 00 
52 00 

104 00 
130 00 
250 00 
100 00 

20 00 
20 00 
7 50 
64 60 
26 00 
12 50 

45 30 

46 25 

582 08 

108 75 
32 00 

156 49 
480 00 
150 00 
156 00 
453 04 
125 00 
104 00 
46 80 
124 80 
187 80 

44 41 
400 00 

12 50 

62 50 

215 62 

46 80 
78 25 

200 00 

124 00 
117 00 
182 00 

16 66 
91 00 
52 00 

125 00 
249 00 
125 20 

15 00 
I7i; 80 

45 00 
135 00 

208 00 

47 25 
124 60 

109 55 

39 00 
93 00 
75 40 
c,7 00 
52 00 
10 00 
156 00 
70 00 
84 71 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.' 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba, &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Oakburn and Shoal Lake iJ. A. Hamilton. 



Oak Lake and Railway Station. 
Oakland and Portage la Prairie . 

Oak River and Totonka 

Orwold and Raven Lake 

do do 

Ossowo and Poplar Point 



Parkin and Wapella 

Parklands and Qu'Appelle 

Pasqua and Railway Station 

Peguis and Poplar Point 

Peguis and Selkirk 

do do 

Penrith and Virden 

Pense and Railway Station 

Pheasant Forks and Wolseley 

Pigeon Lake and Winnipeg 

do do ...... 

Pilot Mound and Railway Station.. 

Plumas and Tupper 

Poplar Point and Railway Station . 

Portage la Prairie and Ry. Station . 

Portage la Prairie — C.P. Ry. and 
M. & X.W. Ry. (transfer) 

Prince Albert and Qu'Appelle Sta- 
tion 

QuAppelle and Qu'Appelle Station 
Qu'Appelle Station and Railway 

Station 

do do 

Rat Portage and Railway Station 

Rathwell and Railway Station 

Raven Lake and Shoal Lake 

kealiurn and Railway Station 

Reaburn and Woodlands 

Regina and Railway Station 



do do .... 
Reinland and Scbauzenfeldt 

Richland and Winnipeg 

Kossburn and Solsgirth 

Rob er and Railway Station 

do do 

Rounthwaite and Stratherne. . 
Routledge and Railway Station 
kus~.il and Railway Station. . . . 

do do 

Russel] and Shellmouth 



St. A.gathe and Winnipeg 

St. Boniface and Winnipeg. . . 

Saltooate and Railway station 

do do 

.1.. do 

Saltcoats and Wallace 

Selkirk and Winnipeg 

do do , 



do d<> 

d<. do 

Sewell and Railway Station. . 



G. D. Miller... 
T. Huddlestone. 
J. H. Stewart. . 
J. Brownridge . 
A. H. Scouten. 
F. Wagner 



W. Archibald . . . 

T. Murray 

H. N. Rorison.. 

J. Morrey 

J. McNabb 

D. Maclvor 

W. F. Scarth . . . 

A. Blair 

J. Franks 

E. Bourke 

T. Foulds 

J. M. Fraser 

G. Saunders 

G. M. Jackson . . 
W. W. Miller. . . 

do 

Leeson & Scott. . 

R. Johnston 

S. S. Nelson.... 
E. W. Warner. . 



W. Oliver 

T. Adair 

A. H. Scouten. 
W. J. Paterson. 

M. Slaten 

C. Irvine 



Whitmore. . . 

Loewen 

Blondin 

R. Ross .... 
J. Sherlock. 

E. Todd 

Stewart 

E. Campion. 
G. Boulton. . 

Du Pre 

G. Langford. 



A. Bernier. 

M. Petrin . 

W. Walley. 

do 



do 
I. Sharp. . . . 
I. McNabb. 
I. King.... 



I'eeUrscV Braden 
II. Ilarland.... 
D. A. McVicar. 

110 



SB 

.2^ 



64 

6i 

18" 

sm 

25' 

25 



l&f 
150 yds 
253 
18 



I 

i 

i 

1 

13 
I 



9 
37| 

16 

1 



25.', 

i 

I 



32 

22h 
22i 

22i 



H 

6 I 



2 

12 
1 

1 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 
6 
1 
2 
2 
1 

12 
2 
2 
2 
6 
1 

12 
12&14 



12 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) . 

9 do from do 

12 do 

3 do (from Jan. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '89). 

9 do from do 



do 

do (from Mar. 1, '90) 

do 

do 

do 

do 14 days (to Nov. 

14, '89 

do 16 dys. (from do ) 

do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89) . 

do from do 

do 

do (from Dec. 1, '89) 

do (to Nov. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do (from Nov. 1, '89) 



12 do 

12 do 

9 



do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

5 do 27 days (to Dec. 

31, '89) 

3 do from do 

1 do (from Mar. 1, '90) 
3 do (to June 30, '89). 

6 do 24 days (to Jan. 

24, '90) 

2 do 7 dys. (from do ) 
Special trips 

1 mo. (from Mar. 1, '90). 



I 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.] 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Manitoba, &c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Bhadeland and Thornhill 

Shoal Lake and Railway Station. . . 

do do ... . 

Sidney and Railway Station 

Silver Spring and Railway Station. 
Sintalnta and Railway Station. 

do do . . . . 

jlolsgirth and Railway Station 

Btarbuck and Railway Station 

do do 

Stohart and Wingard 

do do 

Stonewall and Railway Station 

Stonewall and Wavy Bank 

do do 

Stony Mountain and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Btrathclair Station and Railway 

Station 

Bummerberry and Railway Station 

do do 

Swift Current and Railway Station 

Taehe Station and Railway Station. 

Thornhill and Railway Station 

Touchwood Hills and Wishart 

Turtle Mountain and Railway Sta- 
tion 



Vermillion Bay and Railway Sta- 
tion 

Virden and Railway Station 

Wallace and Whitewood Station. . . 

Wapella and Railway Station 

Westbourne and Railway Station. . 

Whitemouth and Railway Station.. 
Whitewater and Railway Station. . 
Whitewood Station and Railway 

Station 

Winnipeg and Railway Station. . . . 
Winnipeg— Transferring mails at 

Railway Station 

Winnipeg and Custom House 

Winnipeg and Street Letter Boxes. 

Wolseley and Railway Station 

Wood Bay and Railway Station . . . 

Woodlands and Woonona 

W oodside and Railway Station. . . 



Total 



Nairn- 

of 

Contract! >r. 



H. C. Street. 
M. W. Thompson 
J. T. Dandridge 

T. Babb 

R. Armstrong. . 
C. G. Booth . . . 

do 
J. C. Anderson. 
J. Powers .... 

do 

A. Fisher 

do 

C. V. Tottles.. 
H. Graham .... 
G. Vincent. . . . 



A. Perry. 



W. L. Mclnnes 

J. H. Love 

J. Linnell 

W. G. Knight. 



J. McDonald. 
W. Bradley. . 
J. Hall 



P. S. Keller 



J. A. Crawford 
W. F. Scarth . . . 



T. G. Lyons. 



E. P. Benoit.... 
Smalley & Chan- 
tier 

T. S. Corregan . . 

F. D. Peters 



T. G. Lyons. 
J. Sheppard . 

do 

do 

G. P. Bliss . . 
J. P. Dill. . . . 
M. Campbell. 
J. Hallett . . . 
N. Morrison. 



l£ 



3* 

1 

I 

l 

l 

I 

12 
19 

h 
8" 
8 

1 



10 
4 

h 

x 

8 

104£ 
I 
J 

i 



26 






6 i 



Period. 



12 months 

3 do (to June 30, '80). 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to Apr. 30, '89). 

11 do from do 

12 do 

10 do (to Jan. 31, '90).. 

2 do from do 

6 do (to Jan. 31, '90).. 

2 do from do 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

3 do from do 

12 do 



12 do 

6 do (to Sept. 30, 

6 do from do 

12 do 



1 do (from Mar. 1, '90) 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



11 do (to Feb. 28, '90, 

and arrears).. 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 
12 do 



do 
do 



12 do 

6 do (from Oct. 1, 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



Amount. 



8 cts. 

160 00 

11 25 

58 50 

52 00 

180 00 

2 66 

91 G7 

50 00 
25 00 
10 00 

51 99 
25 50 
47 10 
56 25 
17 50 

100 00 

40 00 
30 00 
35 00 
9G 00 

2 08 
39 00 
80 00 

156 00 



24 00 

78 00 



6G1 5G 
9G 00 

100 00 

130 00 

40 00 

78 00 

99G 80 

300 00 
62 50 
730 00 
200 00 
65 00 
52 00 
30 00 



180,411 26 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



Ill 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 






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54 Victoria. , Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mai] Bags, Mail Lock-. &c. 5 
in Manitoba and the North- West Territories, made within the Tear 
ended 30th June, 1890. 



Tradesmen's Names. 



Particulars of Disbursements. 



Amount. 



S. & \ [. Borbridge 

K. S. Montgomery. . . . 

B. Bailey 

K. Chanteloup 



Mail bags, labels and repairs, for Post Office Department . 
Mail bags, rivet seals and repairs do 

Repairing mail locks do 

Mail lock keys, &c 

Total 



I cts. 

:,:,;; 58 

25 72 
14 25 
32 50 



$626 05 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



113 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in British Columbia, made 
within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name of Route. 



Agassiz and Railway Station 

Alberni and Sayward Alberni 

Aldergrove and Mount Lehman .... 

do do 

Alkali Lake and Clinton 

do do 

Anthracite and Railway Station.. . . 

Ashcroft and Ashcroft Station 

Ashcroft Station, Clinton, Barker- 
ville and Lillooet 

Ashcrop Station and Ry. Station . . 

Banff and Railway Station 

Barkerville and Quesnelle Forks. . . 
Beaver Point and Burgoyne Bay . . . 

Burgoyne Bay and Cowichan 

Burgoyne Bay, Cowichan and Salt 

Spring Island 

Burgoyne Bay and Wharf 

do do 

Burrard Inlet and Ry. Station 



Canmore and Railway Station 

Cedar and Nanaimo 

Chemainus and Railway Station. . . 
Chemainus and Salt Spring Island . 
Chilcoten and Soda Creek 



Chilliwack and Sardis 

Chilli wack and Railwaj r Station... 

Chilliwack and Sumas 

Cobble Hill and Railway Station. . 

Cochrane and Mitford 

Cochrane and Railway Station 

do do 

Comox and Grantham 

Comox and Wharf 

( 'orfield and Railway Station . . . 
( lowichan and Railway Station . . . 
( Iranbrook and Golden 



I tog ( Ireek and Empire Valley 

I tonald and Railway Station 

I touglaa Lake and <,)uilchena 

Duck and Pringle^a and Grand 

Prairie 

Duck and Pringle'fl and Ry. Station 
I tancan'e Station ami Ry. Stat [on. , 
Easl Sookeand Main Post Road... 



East Wellington and Nanaimo. 

do do 

Klgin and New Westminster . 

do do 

Emory and Yal. 

ESsquimalt and Victoria 

Field and Railway Station 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



L. A. Agassiz. 
C. Taylor, jr.. 
P. Jackman . . 
T. H. Lehman 

N. Hanlon 

J. S. Place. .. 
A. Morgan . . . 
H. P. Cornwall. 

B.C. Express Co. 

W. B.V. Bailey. 



R. G.Brett... 
F. Littler.. .. 
A. McLennan. 
S. Maxwell . . . 



J. H. Turner, 
S. Maxwell . . 

do 
G. Black.. .. 

J. Chenier. . 

J. Hill 

H. Hague . . . 
J. N. Tolson. 
J. Salmon . . . 



A. S. Vedder. . 
J. F. Harrison . 
W. McGillivray 
H. T.Porter... 
J. Carstairs . . . 

J. Johnson. 

do 

W.C.Smith... 

S. Creech 

G. T. Corfield.. 
G. B. Ordano . . . 
F. P. Armstrong 



T. Boyle.: 

G. H. Prcswcll. 
J. B. Greaves.. 



W. H.Jones... 
O. S. I'.atchelor. 
J. Macdonald. . 
.1. H. Dales.... 



W. Badcook.... 

W. S. Chandler. 

I >. Stewart 

B. Stevenson.. . . 

K. Geisler 

C.J. King 



H. G. Parson... 120yds 
114 



a ,2 



2 

9 
9 

80 
95 

tV 
2 

32, 250 

&47 

200 

2J 
50" 
10 



!'& 



12 
2 
1 
1 
l&f'ly 
1 

12 
2 



3&1 
12 

12 

F't'ly 

1 
2 



56 F't'ly 
\ Asreq 
ijjAsreq 
200 yds 12 



10 



46 

3 

6 
40 yds 
3 



1 

2 

200 



is 



22 



12 

1 

12 

2 

F't'ly 

&m'ly 

3 

5 

5 

6 



7 

12 
1 
2 
6 
4 
F't'ly 
& m'ly 

1 

12 

1 



18 1 

300 yds (I 

200 yds 6 

10 2 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

9 do (to Dec. 31, '89)., 

3 do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '89) 

9 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do (to May 31, '90). 
12 do 



do 

do 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89) . 

do (to May 31, '89). 

do do 

do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

do 



do 

do 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (from May 1, '89). 

do (to Dec. 31, ,89).. 

do from do 

do (from July 1, '89). 

do (from Sept. 1, '89) 

do 

do (from June 1, '89) 



12 do 



do (from Oct. 1, '89) 

do 

do 



do 

do 

do (from Oct. 1, '89). 

do (from Sept. 1, '89) 

do (to May 31, '89). 

do from do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 

do 



12 13 do (from Mar. 1, '89) 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

60 00 

50 00 

75 00 

24 25 

250 00 

900 00 

100 00 

75 00 



24,000 00 
180 00 

260 00 
700 00 
150 00 
105 00 

150 00 

8 34 

25 00 

60 00 

60 00 

80 00 

120 00 

140 00 

143 74 

100 00 

689 00 

260 00 

24 00 

100 00 

112 50 

60 00 

75 00 

29 16 
180 00 
100 00 

990 00 

125 00 
240 00 
150 00 

129 00 
60 
30 
93 33 

30 00 
150 00 

30 00 
217 50 

50 00 
300 00 

65 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in British Columbia, &c. — Cont, 



Name of Route. 



Gabriola [sland and Nanaimo 
Grabriola Island and Wharf. . 

do do 

Bolden and Railway Station. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



do 



do 



Soldstream and Railway Station. 
Granite Creek and Lower Nicola. 

Granite Creek and Princeton 



A. Shaw, jr 

do 

do 
E.H.Fletcher (to 
pay) 



C. A. W; 



J. Phair 

W. T. Thompson 

do 



SJ 



Hall's Prairieand New WestminstenH. T. Thrift. . . 



Hanceville and Soda Creek. 



Harrison River and Ry. Station. 
Harrison Hot Springs and Railway 

Station 

Hatzic Prairie and Matsqui 



Hope and Railway Station 



Illicillewaet and Railway Station . 
Johnson's Landing and Catching 

Post 

Johnson's Landing and Matsqui., 

Kamloop's and Railway Station.. 
Kamloop's and Spence's Bridge. . 
Kananaskis and Catching Post . . 
Koksilah and Railway Station. . . 



Ladner's Landing and New West- 
minster 

Langley and Langley Prairie 

Langley and Railway Station 

Lulu Islands and Sea Island 

Lytton and Railway Station 

do do 

McPherson's Station and Railway 

Station 

Maple Bay and Railway Station. . . 

Matsqui and Mount Lehman 

Matsqui and Railway Station . . 

Metchosin and Victoria 

Millward and Railway Station . . . 
Morley and Railway Station 



Nanaimo and Parksville 

Nanaimo and Railway Station . . 
Nanaimo and Say ward Alberni, 

Kelson and Kootenay 

Neslon and Revelstoke , 



R. Graham. 
J. Barker . . . 



L. A. Agassiz. 
L. Thompson. 



J. Wardle, 



W. T. Atherton. 



A. W. Presley 
R. C. Garner. 



E. H. Jones . 

J. Clark 

J. A. Walker 
C. Crosier . . . 



J. Punch. ... 
H. Davidson . 
0. Wilkie . . 
London Bros . 
L. Cuvreau . . 
A Stevenson. 



Jones . . . 

Kier 

H. Lehman 
Trethewev . 
Parker 
McDougall 
Scott , 



G. T. Parks . . . 

J. Gamier 

. jW. Armstrong. 

E. Bray 

R. Sanderson . . 



New Westminster and Ry. Station. 

do do 

New Westminster and Vancouver . 
do do 



do 



do 



S. Heffren... 

, Smith 

R. Raymond. 
do 



North Bend and Railway Station . . . 

korth Saanich and Victoria H. Simpson 



Gilley Bros. 
P. Fink 



2| 
2§ 

400 yds 

400 yds 






1 

2 
2 

12 

12 

a 6 

65 M't'ly 

12 M't'ly 

23 1 

75 F't'ly 
& m'ly 
\ 4 



30 yds 

1 

100 
100 yds 
30 yds 



12 



Period. 



5 months (to Sep. 80, '89) 
1 do (t«. April 30, '89). 
(J do (from Oct. 1, '89). 

1 do 15 days (to May 

15, '89) 



10 do l(Jd'ys( from May 

15, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



6 do (from Oct. 1, '89) 
12 do 



10 do (from June 1, '89) 
12 do 



12 do 
12 do 



3 do (from Jan. 1, '90). 
8 do (to Nov. 30, '89). 



70 yds 

6 



25 

3 

100 yds 



12 12 do 

1 12 do 

12 12 do 

t; 12 do 



Special service 

9 months (from Julyl, '89) 

12 do 

Special service 

(i months (to Sept. 30, '89) 
6 do from do 



12 do 
12 do 



6 
3 
3 12 do 

12 112 do 

1 12 

2 12 



do 
do 
12 12 do 



100 yds 

24 

115 



] 


' 24 


54 


1 


200 


l pr. mo. 


170 


1 


1 


12 
17 


12 


3 


12 


6 


12 


as req. 



Special trip 

12 months . 
12 do ... 

3 do 

5 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



(from Jan. 1, '90) 
10 days (from 

July 22, '89) . . 
(to Nov. 30, 'SIM. 
from do 
(to May 31, W) . 
15 days (to Jan. 

15, r 90) 



1 trip .... 
I) 12 months 
2 |12 do .. 



Amount. 



8 cts. 

66 00 
5 00 

30 00 



15 00 

106 00 

120 00 
240 00 

60 00 

275 00 

300 00 
60 00 

200 00 
100 00 

156 50 

40 00 



12 50 
120 00 

365 00 

1,800 00 

45 oo 

40 00 



57 50 
112 50 

350 00 
24 00 
60 00 
60 00 



40 00 
180 00 
220 00 
180 00 

25 

100 00 

40 00 

5 25 

300 00 
619 00 

300 00 

400 00 
120 00 
100 00 

78 00 

475 00 
2 00 

24 00 

445 00 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in British Columbia, &c. — CorCd. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Okanagon Mission and Osoyoos 

Okanagon Mission, Sicamous and 

Vernon 

Osoyoos and Rock Creek 

Otter Point and Victoria 

do do 



Port Hammond & Railway Station. 
Port Haney and Railway Station . . 



< )uadra and Wharf 

< juamichan and Railway Station . 



Revelstoke and Railway Station . . 
Rogers Pass and Railway Station . 



Salt Spring Island and Wharf 

Savana's Ferry and Railway Station 
Sea Island and Vancouver 

do do 

Shuswap and Railway Station 

Sicamous and Railway Station .... 

do do 

Somenos and Railway Station 

Spence's Bridge and Railway Station 
Sumaa and Upper Sumas 



Union and Wharf . 



Vancouver and Catching Post 

Vancouver and Railway Station . . . 

do do 

Vancouver and Street Letter Boxes 

do do 

do do 
Vancouver and Wharf 

do do 

Vancouver Ry. Station and Wharf. 

Vernon and White Valley 

Victoria and Railway Station 

Victoria and Street Letter Boxes . . 
Victoria and Wharf 



Wellington and Railway Station 
do do 

do do 

Whonnock and Railway Station., 
do do 



Yalr and Railway Station. 

do do 



J Brent . 



P. Ellison 

,T. Brent 

E. Gordon 

Gordon & Floyer 



■1% 



•r M 



Period. 



85 

90&56 
27 

30 
30 



Mthly 

2&1 

Mthly 
1 
1 



W. J. Harris... 100yds 3 
D. Docksteader. 50 yds 12 



R. T. Swan... 
W. P. Jaynes 



J. Liberty 

J. M. Carroll . . 

J. Broad well . . 
J. H. Macnab . 
H. C. Magee . . 
W. H. Steves.. 
A. McBryan . . . 
S. Appleby. . . . 
do .... 

J. Kier 

J. Murray .... 
E. T.Hall 



If 

2 
150 yds 

3 

30 yds 
10 



Union Colliery 
Co., (Ld.).... 



J. Tays .... 
H. A. Berry. 
O. Burritt . . . 
J. J. Tierney 

do 
O. Burritt . . . 
H. A. Berry. 

do 
J. W. Moore 
C. Christian 
W. G. Bowman 
J. Smith . ... 
Victoria Tran 
fer Co 



200 yds 
400 yds 
400 yds 

% 
14 + 



12 



J. Hill 

M. Matheson . 
E. W. Bickle . 

N. Oliver 

C. A. Smith.. 



W. Teague . . 
I hincan Page 



as req. 

12 

3 



50 yds 
15 



! 

1 
1 

100 yds 
100 yds 



12 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

1 do (to April 30, '89) 

11 do from do 

12 do 

12 do .... 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Special trips 

12 months 

1 do (to April 30, '89) 

11 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



8 do (from Aug. 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

4 do (from Dec. 2, '89) 

2 do (to May 31, '89) . 
6 do (to Nov. 30, '89). 
4 do from do 

12 do 

Special trips 

3 months (to Feb. 28, '90) 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do (to Dec. 31, '89). 

do (to Feb. 28, '90) . 

do from do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 



1 do 15 days (to May 

15, ''89) 

10 do 1() days (from do) 

Total 



Amount. 



46,776 9C 



W. II. Smith son. 

Accountant 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



11G 



4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in British Columbia, made 
within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 

CONVEYANCE OF MAILS BY RAILWAYS. 



Name of Railway. 


5 DO 


C ** 

c a 


Period. 


Amount. 


Canadian Pacific Railway (within British 


650J 

78 


6 
6 


12 months (to 31st March, 1890) 


§ cts. 




52,834 07 
3,906 24 

$56,740 31 




12 months (to 31st March, 1890). . 
Total 











W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mail Bags, Mail Locks, &c., 
in British Columbia, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Tradesmen's Names. 


Particulars of Disbursements. 


Amount. 


S. & H. Borbridge 

R. S. Montgomery 

(i. Bailey 


Mail bags, labels and repairs for Post Office Department. . . 
Repairing mail bags do .... 
Repairing mail locks do 

Total 


$ cts. 

256 4 

15 36 

3 60 




$275 27 1 






W. II. Smithson, 

Accountc 


WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postm.aster-Ge) 

int. 


leral 



118 



14 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Dktail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward Island, made 
within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name of Route. 



Name 

of 

Contractor. 



Mbany and Tryon , 

Alherton and Kildare 

Alberton and Lot 6 

Albert* m and Railway Station. , 
Alma and Railway Station. . . . , 

Appin Road and Bonshaw , 

l&gyle Shore and Bonshaw 

Armadale and Railway Station, 



Baldwin's Road and Perth Station. 

Bangor and Morell Station 

Bay Fortune and Souris East 

Beach Point and Montague Bridge . 
do do 

Bear River and Clear Springs 

Hear River and Railway Station. . . 

Bedeque and Charlottetown 

Bedeque and Sea Cow Head 

Bedeque and Summerside 

Belfast and Charlottetown 

Belfast and Garfield 

Belfast and High Bank 

Belfast and Point Prim 

Bloomfield and Railway Station . . . 
Bloomfield Station and Railway 

Station 

Blooming Point and Tracadie Cross 

Bonshaw and Nine Mile Creek 

Bradalbant and New London 

Breadalbane and Railway Station. . 
Brown's Creek and Whim Road 

Cross 



Siledonia and Iris 

Jaledonia and Orwell 

Saledonia and Rona 

'ape Egmont and Fifteen Point. . . 

'apr Traverse and Summerside. . . . 

tape Traverse Boat House and 
Railway Terminus 

tape Wolfe and Lot 4 

tardigan Bridge and Corraville. . . . 

tardigan Bridge and Head of Car- 
digan 

"ardigan Bridge and Lot 56 

tardigan Bridge and Mitchell River 

tardigan Bridge and Railway Sta- 
tion 



< tardigan Road and Railway Station 
''ivendish and Hunter's River 



Charlottetown and Railway Station 

do do 
Charlottetown and Rocky Point. . . 
Charlottetown and Street Letter 
Boxes 

do do 
Cherry Valley and China Point 

do do 
Clermont and Kensington 

do do 



C Crawford 

R. Tuplin 

W. Hardy 

T. Keefe....... 

J. Mountain. . . 
J. W. Smith . . . 
A. Morrow. 
H. A. McPhee. 

D. Reid 

J. McGregor. . . 

J. McKie 

A. Martin 

J. Kennedy. . . . 

C. McDonald.. 

D. Costello 

B.Toole 

W. A. Noonan . 
<;. M. Price.... 

G. O'Neill 

A. A. Martin . . 

E. W. Martin.. 

M. Martin 

J. O'Halloran. . 

F. Peters 

J. B. McDonald 
N. H. McNevin 

G. W. Bell.... 
M. Matheson . . 

J. McDonald.. . 



Beaton 
McLeod . . . 

do 
D. Gallant 
Strang . . . 

do 

J. Fish 

Sigsworth . . 

McAulay. . 
McDonald 
McPhee... 



McVean . . 

Smith 

Crew 

Weld on... 
K. Brace. 
Smith.. .. 
Weldon. . 



K. Brace 

Ings. 

McUillivray . 
C. McLellan. 
McKinnon . . . 

119 



IS 



31 r.t. 






2&1 
2 
2 
12 
2 
1 
2 
3 

2 
2 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
3 
6 
2 
3 
2 
3 

6 
2 

2 

6 

12 



2 
3 

2 

2 

req, 



2 
2 

2 
3 
2 

12 

3 

3 

;req. 

; req. 

2 

14 

14 
2 
2 
2 
2 



Period. 



12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '80.) 

do from do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do .,. .. 

12 do 

Season 1880-00 

Special trips 

12 months 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '80.) 

do from do 

12 do 

3 do (to June 30, '80.) 

do from do 

3 do (to June 30, '80.) 

do from do 

3 do (to June 30, ? 80.) 

9 do from do 



Amount. 



5 cts. 
100 oo 
60 00 
50 00 
60 00 
20 80 

22 48 
30 00 
20 00 

20 80 

43 00 
132 00 
115 00 
259 :»" 
120 00 

15 60 
774 oo 

46 80 
120 00 
050 00 

30 00 
307- 32 

50 00 

55 00 

25 00 
34 72 
60 00 

398 no 
54 11 

26 00 

32 00 
117 34 
32 00 
41 60 
64 60 

23 46 

62 00 
52 00 

41 00 
170 00 

40 00 

40 00 

18 72 

148 00 

63 71 
228 27 

42 64 
22 75 

7' i 53 
13 12 
30 00 
s 25 
25 50 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in P.E.I., &c. — Continued. 



Name of Route. 



Clinton and New London 

Clyde Station and Railway Station. 

Coleman and Railway Station 

Commercial Road and Peter's Road 
Covehead Road and Grand Tracadie 

Darlington and Kelly's Cross 

Darlington and New Wiltshire 

Darlington and Princetown Road . . 
Darlington and Railway Station. . . 
Darlington and Rose Valley . .... 

Darnley and Kensington 

DeBlois Station and Railway Station 

DeGros Marsh and Newport 

Dromore and Railway Station 

Dundas and Upton 



East Baltic and Red Point 

East Point and Souris East 

Ebenezer and Wheatley River 

Elliot's Mills and Railway Station. 

Elliotvale and Peake's Station 

Elmira and South Lake 

Elnisdale and Railway Station 

Emerald and Graham's Road 

Emerald and Kinkora 

Emerald and Railway Station 

Earmington and Head of St. Peter's 
Pay 

Farmington and Mansfield 

Fifteen Point and Miscouche 

Fitzgerald Station and Ry. Station 

Flat River and Selkirk Road 

Forest Hill and Head of St. Peter's 
Bay 

Fortune Cove and O'Leary Station 

Fredericton and Railway Station.. 

Freetown and Lower Freetown . . . 

Freetown and Kail way Station. . . . 

French Village and Mount Stewart 

Georgetown and Murray Harbour 

North 

Georgetown and Newport 

Georgetown and Railway Station.. 

( ieorgetOM n and Steamer "Stanley " 

( rlencorrodale and Priest Pond. . . . 

Glengarry and Railway Station .... 
< Hen William and Murray River. . . 

( rowan Brae and Souris Fast 

Greenwich and Head of St. Peter's 
Bay 



Han ington and Winsloe Road 

Hazel Green and Peake's Station. . . 
Head of Hillsboro' <& Mount Stewarl 
Bead of St. Peter's Bay and Monl i 

cello ' 

Head of St. Peter's Bay and Kail 

way Stat ion 

Higgins' Road 4 Wellington Station 

Hopefield and Murray River 

I [untei Rivei and North Rusl ico, 
Hunter'- River and Railway Station 



Name 

of 
Contractor. 



G. McKay 

E. Crabbe 

A. McKinnon. 
W. Johnston. . 
T.Kelly 



Keegan ... . 
L. McLeod. 

do 

do 

do 

Glover 

Perry 

McPhee.... 

McCabe 

McDonald . . 



D. McEachern. 
J. Kennedy. . . . 
A. McCallum.. 

R. Elliot 

J. Edmonds. . . . 
L. McDonald . . 

J. Adams 

R. McDonald.. 

W. Clarke 

P. A. Hughes. . 



Power 

Boling . . 
Des Roches 
Lawlor. ... 
Callaghan . . 

Matheson .. 
E. Hogan . . 

Weeks 

Taylor 

B. Auld.... 
Mclntyre . . 



R. Thornton . . 
P. Mclntyre.. 
R. R. Jenkins. 

do 
■ I. MoPhee.... 
P. Griffin.. . . 
J. Martin . 
.). E3. Manning 

F. W. McEwen. 

K. Lawson 

H. R. Mooney. . 
1). D. Coffin.... 



I. Melnnis.. 



A. McAulay. 
I). McNeil... 

A. MdMier. . 

.1. Crew 

P. McGrath.. 



.11 



■A 

V 






Period. 



3 

3 

12 

:req, 
2 
1 
2 
2 



12 months 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 
12 do .. 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

10 do (from June 1, 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



12 do 

9 do (from July 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

Special trips 

12 months 

10 do ( from June 1, '89) 

12 do 

12 do 



120 



12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do 

12 do (and extra trips). 



Amount. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation ii 


P.E.I. , &c— Continued. 


Name of Route. 


Name 

of 

Contractor. 


S •/ 
as 

19 


KM 
£J 

z — 
sK 


Period. 


Amount. 


Inverness and Railway Station 
do do .. . 
dd do — 

Johnston's River and Southport. . . . 

Kensington and Park Corner 

Kensington and Railway Station. . . 
Kildare ( "apes and Tignish 


L. Hughes 

J. Kilbride 

P.J. Kilbride... 

W. J. Brazil.... 

E. MeLeod 

G. ( Hover 

J. Deroehe 


2 

2 

k 

16* 

i 
2 
4 

U 
I 

3" 
1 

£ 

8 
4 
H 

A 

24 r. t. 
5 
4 

n 
4 

2 

5 

5 

U 

1 

5g 

Sh 
1" 

5 

2 
i 

2 
2 

i 

9* 
8| 
8j 

r,i 

5" 
3 

1 

3$ 

1 

3 
o" 

I 

24 


2 
2 
2 

2 

3 
12 
2 
2 
2 
12 
1 
3 

6 
2 

2 
2 

12 
3 
2 
6 
2 
3 

12 
3 
3 
2 
G 
2 

2 

3 
3 
2 
2 
6 
2 
3 
12 
12 
2 
2 
2 
6 
3 
3 

3 
2 

12 
2 
2 

12 

2 

2 
2 
2 
2 

3 
6 
3 


3,i 
3 



12 

12 
12 
12 

Sp t 

12 

5 

12 

12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

3 

9 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 

9 

3 
12 

9 

3 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 
12 
12 

12 
12 

12 

12 
12 

G 

G 
12 
12 
12 


Qonths(toJune30, '89) 

do (to Sept. 30, '<Si»). 
do from do 

do 

do . 

do (and extra trips), 
do 


1 ' 

10 2.") 

10 25 
26 62 

75 00 

164 00 
69 57 

11 60 


do do 


M. Dillon 

H. Gaudet .... 

J. Farmer 

A. Lamont 

J. Murchison.. . . 

J. A. Strang. . . . 
A. Morrison .... 

J. J. Buote 

R. Lawson 

T. H. Lawson. . . 

R. Lawson 

J. Doyle 




1 40 


Kildare Station and Ry. Station. . . 


months 


12 48 


Kinkora and Railway Station 

Kinross and Lyndale 

Kinross and Orwell 


do (from Nov. 1, '81)) 

do 

do . 


18 20 
24 00 
55 oo 


Lansdowne Hotel and Ry. Station.. 


do 

do . 


5 00 
65 oo 


Little Tignish and Tignish 


do 


25 00 


Little York and Marsnfield 


do 


35 on 


Little York and Railway Station . . 


do 


62 4o 


Little York and Union Road 


do .... 


212 00 


Lot 4 and Miminegash 


do . 


G7 GO 


Lot 4 and Railway Station 


J. M. O'Halloran 


do . 


124 80 


Lot 10 and Railway Station 

Lot 11 and Railway Station 

Lot 12 and Railway Station. .... 

Lot 14 and Railway Station 

do do 

Lot 35 and Railway Station 


H. Ritchie 

T. Bulger 

R. Hayes 

J. Smith 

G. Smith 

M. Lawlor 

A. H. McEwen.. 
T. Macdonald. . . 

P. Long 

A. Webster 

P. Long 

B. Hughes 

F. Peters 


do 

do 

do 

do (to June 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 


2G 00 
58 00 
87 64 
15 99 

47 96 

33 28 


Lot 40 and Railway Station 


do 


48 48 


Lot 56 and Sailor's Hope 


do 


45 00 


Marie and Milburn 


do 


20 00 


Marie Bridge and Morell Road .... 


do 


15 00 


Midgell and Morell Station 


do 


45 00 


Mill Cove and Railway Station 

Milll River and Railway Station. . . 


do 

do 

do 


20 00 
15 oo 


Mill Yiew and Vernon River Bridge 


F. Storey 

W. McNeill 

do 

G. Des Roches. . 
J. N. Des Roches 

S. McNeill 

B. Jenkins 

W. J. Carver.. . . 

J. McNeill 

W. McLeod .... 
J. Dewar 

J. McLean 

R. D. Sterns. . . . 

M. Coffin 

R. Wood 

H. N. Robbms.. 
H. McEachern . . 

J. Brehaut 

P. Gallant 

D. McFadyen. . 

D. Cody 

do 

J. Cantwell 

H. J. Folland. . . 
W. McLaren 


70 oo 


Milton Station and North Milton. . 


do 


2G 00 


Milton Station and Ry. Station. . . . 


do 


31 00 


Miscouche and Railway Station. . . . 

do do .... 
Miscouche and South-West Lot 16.. 
Monaghan and Pownal 

do do 

Montague Bridge and Ry. Station.. 


do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 
do from do 

do 

do (to Dec. 31, '89).. 

do from do 

do 


27 00 
9 00 
7G 00 
71 25 
22 50 
325 00 


Montague Bridge and Valleyfield. . 


do 


93 72 


Montague Bi'idge and Victoria Cross 


do 


57 00 


Montague Cross and Murray Har- 
bor Road 


do 

do 

do 


26 40 


Morell Real and Morell Station 

Morell Station and Railway Station 


37 00 
15 60 


Mount Herbert and Southport. . . . 


do 


50 00 


Mount Pleasant and Ry. Station. . . 
Mount Stewart and Ry. Station. . . . 


do 

dc 


41 60 
20 00 


Murray Harbor South and White 
Sands 


do 

do 

do 

do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

do from do 

do 


4G 00 


New Acadia and Railway Station. . 
New Haven and Riverdale. . . 


10 00 
3G 00 


Newton Cross and Orwell 


13 00 


do do 


in 24 


New Zealand and Railway Station. 


15 GO 


Northam and Railway Station 

North Lake and Souris East 


do 

do 


20 00 

213 00 



121 



54 Victoria, 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.' 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in P.E.I., &c. — Concluded. 



Name of Route. 



Xame 

of 

Contractor. 



North River and South Wiltshire . 

O'Leary Station and Ry. Station 
do do 

O'Leary Station and West Cape. 

Orwell and Orwell Cove 

do do 



Palmer Road and Railway Station . 

Palmer Road and Waterford 

Peake's Station and Ry. Station. . . 

Pinsville and Railway Station 

Pisquid and Railway Station 

Pisquid and Webster's Corner 

Pisquid Road and Vernon River. . . 
Port Hill and Railway Station 



T. Yeo. 



J. Frost 

R, Ellis 

W.Ellis 

A. Loughran. 
D. E. Clarke. 



W. Kinch 

do 

J. F. McDonald, 

A. Wedge 

A. McDonald... 

P. McNally 

E. O'Keefe 

L. Yeo 



St. Andrews and Railway Station. . J. 

St. Eleanors and Summerside H, 

Scotchfort and Railway Station 'J. 

S";i Cow Pond and Tignish T. 

Skinner's Pond and Tignish (P. 

Souris East and Railway Station. . . L. 
Suffolk Station and Railway Station! J. 
Summerside and Railway Station. .\K. 
Summerside and Street Letter Boxes 
Summerville and Vernon River E. 



McDonald... 

Mills 

McDonald... 
Bernard .... 
Aylward .... 
Cheverie. . . . 
A. Ferguson. 
Glover. 

do 

Eraser 



Ten Mile House and Ry. Station.. . J. Fitzpatrick. 

Tignish and Railway Station 'D. Villard . . . 

Tracadie Cross and Railway Station A. Johnson. . . 
Travellers' Rest and Ry. Station. . . T. Townsend. 

Wellington and Wellington Station J. A. Arseneault 
Wellington Station and Ry. Station F. J. Arsenault 



Western Road and Ry. Station 
West Point and Railway Station. 
West St. Peters and Ry. Station. 
Wilmot Valley and Ry. Station. . 
Winsloe Station and Ry. Station. 



Wood Islands and Wood Islands 



P. Reid 
P. McPhee. ... 
I J. McDonald... 
W. P. Bowness. 
,IJ. Burrows. . . . 



North, 



D. Crawford. 



.IS 

P 



3 

4 

h 

2 

6 
3 
4 

2| 

i 

16" 



It 



Period. 



1 2 months 



6 do (to Sept. 30, '89). 

6 do from do 

12 do 

6 months (to Sept. 30, '89) 

6 do from do 

12 do 

12 do 



% 

n 

13 
24 

2i 



12 
12 
li' 
12 
12 
12 12 

3 12 

6 12 

2 12 

2 12 

2 12 

12 112 

2 12 

as req 12 

14 1 12 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do (and extra trips). 

do 

do 

do 



3 12 do 

2 1 12 do 
12 !l2 do 

3 12 do 
3 12 do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



3 12 do 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
50 00 

7 82 

7 83 

83 48 

24 50 

24 50 

35 00 
20 00 
15 60 
26 00 

33 28 
52 00 
46 00 

187 SO 

25 00 
74 00 
12 48 
50 00 
58 00 
71 25 
20 80 

162 40 
25 00 
54 00 

20 00 
40 00 
28 08 

39 00 

21 48 
20 00 
25 00 

104 00 

40 00 
66 st 
15 00 

45 00 



Total. 



$13,100 15 



\\\ II. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



"WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- Genera I. 



122 



51 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. L6.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Mail Transportation in Prince Edward [aland, 

made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



CONVEYANCE <>F MAILS l;V RAILWAYS. 



Name of Route. 


/. 

a ~ 


■p I 

t- 


Period. 


Amount. 


Prince Edward [sland Railway 


213 .v, 


<i 


VI months (to .'{(Mli June, L890, in- 
cluding special service) 


-v cte. 

17.:>77 00 




Total 






$17,577 00 







W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



Detail of all payments for making and repairing Mail Bags, Mail Locks, &c., 
in Prince Edward Island, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Tradesmen's Names. 


Particulars of Disbursements. 


Amount. 




Mail bags, labels and repairs for Post Office Department 
Mail bags, rivet seals and repairs do 
Repairing mail locks do 
Mail lock keys do 

Total 


$ cts. 
112 01 


K. S. Montgomery 


326 01 


<i. Hailey 

E. Chanteloup 


82 50 
25 on 








§546 12 









W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



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A. 1891 



PROVINCE OP ONTARIO. 



!> ir ml of all Payments for Travelling Expenses incurred in the Service of the 
Post Office Department in Ontario, made within the Year ended 
30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



!. Sweetnam, Chief P.O.I. 
V. E. Bennett, Asst. P.O.I 
\. Maingy 



). Spry, P.O.I 

. Benderson, Asst. P.O.I. . 
l. McCarthy 



. I ones, Asst. P.O.I 

11. Macaro w 

< '. Strange 

. I'. Wilmot 

. Hargrove 

( '. Mackay . 

• E. Rose, P.M. Tarn worth. 



W. Barker, P.O.I 

. Fisher, Asst. P.O.I 

,6. McWhinney 

H. Dunn 



P.French, P.O.I 

. Margin, Asst. P.O.I. .. . 

P. LeSueur, Asst. P.O.I. 

F. O'Connor 

'. J. Ramsay 

. P. Thompson 



G. Hopkirk, P.O.I 

Moloney, Asst. P.O.I. . 

Yorick 

M. B. Lawrence 

S. Watson 



I). Barwick, P.O.I 

A. limn ham, Asst. P.O.I. 

H. Smith, Asst, P.O.I... 

■ J. H. Winstanley 

; Mclntvre 

; H. Little 

-tniaster, Toronto 

itish mail clerks 



Sen ice. 



Travelling expenses, within Ontario, 
do do 

do do 



Bakhie Division. 



Travelling expenses. 
do 
do 



Kingston Division. 



Travelling expenses 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



London Division. 



Travelling expenses 

do 

do 

do as acting Railway Mail Clerk . 



Ottawa Division. 



Travelling expenses, within Ontario 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do as acting Railway Mail Clerk 

do do 

Stratford Division. 



Travelling expenses 

do 

do as acting Railway Mail Clerk . 

do do 

do do 



Toronto Division. 



as acting Railway Mail Clerk . 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Travelling expenses 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do as acting Railway Mail Clerk 

do 

Ontario's proportion of expenses, whilst in charge of British 
Mails 



Total 



Amount. 



s cts. 

483 34 
522 70 
126 00 



418 25 

332 45 

2 75 



398 18 

89 77 

10 50 

9 00 

13 50 

1 50 

3 00 



569 05 

359 50 

2 50 

13 50 



973 14 
17 50 

202 18 
10 00 
54 00 
27 00 



732 97 

355 60 

130 50 

25 50 

9 00 



196 SO 
515 89 
342 00 

5 00 
30 00 

2 00 

6 00 

956 08 



,946 65 



"W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 
175 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Detail of all payments for Travelling Expenses incurred in the service of the 
Post Office Department, in Quebec, made within the Year ended 30th 
June, 1890. 



Name. 



M. Sweetnam, Chief P.O.I . 
W. E. Bennett, Asst. P.O.I 
Le F. A. Maingy 



E. F. King, P.O.I 

D. Nelligan, Asst. P.O. I.. 
J. F. (lervais, Asst. P.O.I 

F. Briegel 

P. Jones 

C. Chase 



T. P. French, P.O.I 

G. Marsan, Asst. P.O.I 

C. P. LeSueur, Asst. P.O.I. 



A. Bolduc, P.O.I 

J. L. Anctil, Asst. P.O.I 

0. Frechette 

C. Vohl 

do 

J. B. Caouette 

S. T. ( ireen 

L. J. II. Larue . , 

L. E. Simard 

W. Handford 

A. C. Miquelon 



(i. A. Bourgeois, P.O.I. . 
•I. P. Chillas, Asst. P.O.] 

<i. '). Bailey 

A. Dorais 

Post master, St. Alban .... 

K. Maybee 

British Mai] Clerka 



Service . 



Travelling expenses within Quebec, 
do do 

do do 



Montreal Division. 



Travelling expenses, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Ottawa Division. 



Travelling expenses within Quebec . 
do do 



do 



Travelling expenses 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



Quebec Division. 



as acting Railway Mail Clerk . 



as acting Railway Mail Clerk . 



Three Rivers Division. 



Travelling expenses 

do 
do 

Travelling expenses, 
do 



as acting Railway Mail Clerk . 
do do 



Quebec's proportion of expenses, whilst in chargeof Britishmails. 
Total 



WILLIAM WHITE, 



Amount. 



$ cts. 


171 50 


126 00 


36 50 


523 70 


536 80 


481 50 


89 00 


1 50 


1 50 


55 30 


98 05 


30 20 


1,170 15| 


576 12| 


79 00 


29 80 ; 


24 35 


243 75 


144 50 


59 80 


69 96 


3 001 


15 75! 


564 451 


423 201 


72 00 


88 50, 


1 50 


21 00) 


339 92) 



$6,077 7d 



W. II. Smitiison, 

A ccountant. 



Lcpaty Postmaster-General. 



1TG 



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Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCES OF NOVA SCOTIA AND NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Detail of all payments for Travelling Expenses incurred in the service of the 
Post Office Department as below, made within the Year ended 30th 
June, 1890. 




PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



W. E. Bennett, Asst. P.O.I 
C.J. Macdonald, P.O. I.... 
1). Stewart, Asst. P.O. I.... 

I T. E. Davison 

\. Cnstley 

W. W. Page 

J.H.Kelly 

Postmaster, Sydney 



Travelling expenses within Nova Scotia 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do as acting Railway Mail Clerk 
Travelling expenses 

Total 



$ ct.s. 



3G 25 


523 75 


599 25 


68 56 


209 69 


11 82 


85 50 


2 00 


1,536 82 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



W. E. Bennett, Asst. P.O.I. Travelling expenses within New Brunswick, 

S.J. King, P.O.I j do do 

»V. C. Whittaker, Asst. P.O.I do do 

do do 

do as acting Railway Mail Clerk. 



W. R. Avery. 
C. A. Murray. 



Total 



23 45 


625 40 


270 65 


42 85 


1 50 



963 85 



W. H. Smithson, 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



Accountant. 



177 



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A. 1891 


5 


PROVINCES OF M 

Detail of all pay me 
the Post Office I 
June, 1890. 


ANITOBA, BRITISH COLUMBIA AND 
EDWARD ISLAND. 


PRINCE 

service of 
tided 30th 




nts for Travelling Expenses incurred in the 
)epartment, as below, made within the Year e 


1 


Name. 


Service. 


Amount. 




PROVINCE OF MANITOBA, &c. 





W.W. McLeod, P.O.I... 
A. W. Cairns, Asst. P.O.I 
A. J. Patton, Asst. P.O.I 

H. H. Phinney 

T. P. French, P.O.I 



Travelling expenses 
do 
do 
do 



do 



within Manitoba, &c. 



Total. 



$ cts. 

49 00 

342 25 

66 00 

277 50 
131 67 



$866 42 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



E. 11. Fletcher, P.O.I 

W. II. Dorman, Asst. P.O.I. 

H. B. Rogers 

J. Rooney 

C. W. Finlaison 

T. P. French, P.O.I 

A. V. Barber 



Travelling expenses 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



as acting Railway Mail Clerk. 

do 

do 

within British Columbia 

do 



Total. 



796 21 

227 50 

37 50 

5 25 

3 00 

132 66 

112 00 



$1,314 12 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



\\ E. Bennett, Asst, P.O.I.. 

\V. W. McLeod, P.O.I 

F. de St. C. Brecken, Asst. 

P.O.] 

.1. M. Campbell 

• I. M< < larey 

• I. < r. W. Brown 



Travelling expenses within Prince Edward Island 
do do 



do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
as acting Railway Mail Clerk 
do 



Total 




W. II. Smithson, 

.1 ccountunt 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



178 






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Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills for Articles supplied 
for the service of the Post Office Department in Ontario, made within 
the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



B. A. Bank Note Co . 
Pr it chard & Andrews, 
do 



Maynard, Harris & Co 

W. Lee 

K. S. Montgomery 

B.J. Devlin " 

.1. Stevenson. 

McKinley & Northwood, . . . 

•G.Bailey 

J. B. G. Samson 

1 1 . W'eekes 

R. F. Regester 

K. Chanteloup 

National Manufacturing Co. 

Pritchard & Andrews 

R. E. Fletcher 

R. A. Dutton 

Savage, Bros 

J. S. Henderson . 

B. Bailey & Co 

• I. Muckleston & Co 

W, J. Keeley 

E. H. Roberts 

■Stevens & Burns 

Greer & Wigmore 

R. Dennis 

C. Anundson 

•J. R. Esmonde., 

Kavanagh Bros 

G. Bailey 

L. Brunette 

D. Goyer 

H. Meadows & Co 

Butterworth & Co 

J. R. Esmonde 

W. H. Collins 

•I. W. McEwin 

A. E. Corrie 

Jeffrey Bros 

McKinley & Northwood .... 

J. H. Nasmyth & Co 

J. R. Esmonde 

J. Catto & Co 

Rice, Lewis & Son 

W. H. Sparrow 

Mills Bros 

W.J. Heron 

Mathews, Bros. & Co 

Cyclostyle Co 

A. X. Reid & Co 

F. D. Ford 

(Davis & Gibson 

F. C. Clarke 

Wallbridge & Clarke 

H. Mclninch.. 

G. S. Tickell &Sons 

T. Duncan 

J.W. Walker..., ........ 



Particulars. 



Engraving and printing postage stamps, post cards, &c, for 
the Post Office Department in Ontario 

Office stamps and seals, &c, for the P. O. Department in 
Ontario 

Office scales and weights for the P. O. Department in Ontario.. 

Letter Carriers' uniform materials do 

Letter Carriers' uniforms do 

Letter Carriers' leggins waist belts, &c, do 

Letter Carriers' caps and cap covers do 

Dominion ensigns do 

Railway Mail Clerks' tin boxes and repairs do 

Street letter boxes do 

Making and repairing postage stamp boxes do 

Making and repairing wooden boxes do 

Iron package box do 

Stamping machine rollers do 

Repairing Dominion ensign do 

Rubber handstamps for Chief Post Office Inspector 

Repairing street letter boxes for P. O. I. Barrie 

Matches do 

Painting street letter boxes for P. O. I. Kingston 

Brooms, soap, &c, do 

Whisk's do 

Coal oil do 

Repairing door key do 

Dial plates for street letter boxes for P. O. L, London 

Street letter boxes do 

Painting street letter boxes do 

Repairing street letter box do 

Packing box for typewriter, &c, do 

Railway Mail Clerks' tin boxes for P. 0. I. Ottawa 

Brooms, soap, &c do 

Repairing street letter boxes, &c, do 

Repairing mail truck, &c. , do 

Repairing and cleaning clock do ... 

Feather duster do 

Oil stone do 

Railway Mail Clerks' tin box and repairs for P. O. I. Stratford 

Painting street letter boxes do 

Soap and matches, &c. , do 

Erecting street letter box do 

Hardware do 

Repairing Railway Mail Clerks' tin box do 

Sperm oil do 

Railway Mail Clerks' tin boxes for P. O. I., Toronto 

Towels do 

Hardware do 

Feather duster, &c, do 

Soap, scrubbing brush, matches, &c, do 

Whisperphone do 

Mirror do 

Repairing cyclostyle do 

Bedding, towels, &c, for P. O. Belleville 

Repairing lock boxes, &c, do 

Soap, matches, &c, do 

Soap do 

Soap, soda, &c. , do 

Repairing street letter box do 

Repairing office stool do 

Turpentine, &c, do 

Hardware do , 

179 



Amount. 



s cts. 



31,073 05 



2,995 63 


452 50 


457 0!) 


1,372 00 


03 10 


21 75 


131 05 


31 50 


40 00 


61 25 


76 75 


12 20 


7 20 


2 50 


16 00 


2 25 


25 


9 20 


3 22 


90 


30 


25 


104 00 


96 00 


26 00 


3 00 


2 20 


40 00 


10 50 


7 20 


7 00 


5 00 


1 25 


70 


10 75 


7 50 


2 80 


2 00 


1 50 


50 


25 


50 00 


4 75 


1 90 


1 75 


2 88 


1 25 


1 25 


50 


20 85 


11 65 


3 25 


2 25 


2 10 


2 00 


50 


40 


20 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills, for articles supplied 
for the service of the Post Office Department, in Ontario, made within 
the Year ended 30th June, 1890. — Continued. 



Name. 



A. Murray 

J. Tilley 

T. Baker 

Tilt & Smith 

H. K. Barr 

W. A. Hamilton, P. M. . 

J. J. Moore 

T. V. Full james 

W. Sallow 

W. Lee 

Rosamond Woolen Co. . . 

J. L. Lightfoot 

W. F. Tanner 

• I. Mills & Son 

R. S. Montgomery 

Leitch & Co 

McKay Bros 

Meakins & Sons 

J. Walker 

D. Boyd 

A. Clark 

TheD. Moore Co 

Fraser & Inches 

W. Fell & Co 

C. Bremner 

• I. Wallace & Son 

Young & Bro 

J. Moon 

Rosamond Woolen Co.. . 

W. Lee 

T. Force 

R. J. Devlin 

J. G. King& Co 

•I. S. I [enderson 

R. Waldron 

Smith Bros 

J. G. Bastow 

<;. M. Wilkinson & Son.. 
M< Mahon Bros 

• I. Muckleston & Co 

W. Lee 

Rosamond Woolen Co. . . 

P. Cook 

W. F. Tanner 

\. Mi' 'ormick & Son. . . 

• I. R. Gurd 

\. Screaton & Co 

S. ,v II. Borbridge 

I i. E. Staeey 

W. Lee 

Rosamond Woolen Co. . 

T. Force 

W . I '. Tanner 

R. .1. Devlin 

l!.s. Montgomery 

■ I. II. Bartlett.. .' 

Bate \ Co 

E. ( 'hanteloup 

K. I). Graham 

Elliott & Hamilton 

N. & G. I lav 

T. Iv. :ois 

II. W. Watson & Son.. 
C. <;. McDermott & Bro. 



Particulars. 



Making and erecting street letter boxes at Brantford . 
Painting street letter boxes do 

Repairing street letter box at Brockville 

Painting street letter boxes at Chatham 

do do Cobourg 

To pay for removing street letter box at Collingwood . 

Putting up street letter box at Gananoque 

Removing letter box to new railway station, Guelph . 
Replacing street letter box do 
Letter Carriers' uniforms for P. O. Hamilton 

do do do 

do boots do 

do do 

do fur caps do 

Letter Carrier's waist belt, for P. O. , Hamilton 

Repairing street letter boxes, &c. do 

Towelling, &c. do 

Brooms and duster do 

Soap do 

Tub do 

Lamp chimneys do 

Galvanized iron pails do 

Soda do 

Repairing mail bag check do 

Broom do 

Cups do . . 

Brass polish do 

Painting street letter boxes at Ingersoll 

Letter Carriers' uniforms for P.O., Kingston 

do do do 

do boots do 

do cap do . . . 

Soap, turpentine, candles, &c. do 

Brooms, matches, &c. do 

Towelling, &c. do 

Repairing clock do 

Repairing oil cans, &c. do 

Office basket do 

Hardware do 

Sweet oil do 

Letter Carriers' uniforms for P.O., London 

do do do 

do boots do 

do do do 

Sorting baskets do 

do do 

Towelling do 

Sponges do 

Tutting up street letter box at Orillia 

Letter Carriers' uniforms for P.O., Ottawa 



do 


do 


do 


boots 


do 


do 


do 


fur caps 


do 


waist belts 



Attendance on clocks 
Brooms, soap, dusters, &c. 

Stamping machine rollers 
Soap 

Towels 

Bardware 

Painting street letter boxes at Paris 

do do Peterboro'. 

Street letter box shields for St. Catharines . 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Amount. 



180 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills, for articles supplied 
for the service of the Post Office Department, in Ontario, made within 



the Year ended 80th June, 1890. — Concluded. 



Name. 


Particulars. 


Amount. 


T. P. Jones 

l'axt iy Bros 

W. VV. Meecham 

P. 11. Howse 


Painting street letter boxes at 
Repairing and painting mail t 
Repairing street letter boxes 
Painting street letter boxes at 
do do 
do do 
Letter Carriers' uniforms for 
do do 
do boots 
do do 
do fur caps 
do waist belts 
Locksmith's work 
Street letter boxes 
Attendance on clocks 
Paints, oils, varnish, &c. 
Painters' work 
Carpenters' work 
Lamps, oil, matches, &c. 
Sorting baskets 
Brooms, soap, &c. 
Towels 
Hardware 
Brooms 

Repairing baskets 
Gong 

To pay for repairs at branch I 
Painting street letter boxes at 
Repairing lock boxes for P.O. 
Painting street letter boxes 
Soap, scrubbing brush, &c . 
Repairing office furniture 
Brooms 

Painting street letter boxes at 
To pay expenses in connection 
Repairing mail bag catchers fc 
To pay for repairing mail catc 
Repairing mail catching post 
do do 
do do 

Tota 


St. Thomas 

rucks at St. Thomas 

do 

Sarnia 


$ cts. 

i; 00 
10 75 

1 00 

2 50 


R. Osborne 


Simcoe 


o 50 


1, Robinson 


Strathrov 


1 00 


Rosamond Woolen Co 

W. Lee 

P. Cook 


P.O., Toronto 

do 

do 


1,023 20 

985 00 
045 00 


W. K. Tanner 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


4 88 
165 75 


K. S. Montgomery 


75 


E. H. Roberts 

The E. & C. Gnrney Co 

J. E. Ellis & Co 

S. Pearcy & Co 


931 05 

143 00 

75 00 

56 36 


A. Cahoon 

T. Pells 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 


50 00 
50 00 


X. L. Piper & Son 

The Barber & Ellis Co 

Toronto Soap Co 


36 60 

12 00 

5 00 


W. A. Murray & Co 


3 36 


Rice, Lewis & Co 

Davison, Scott & Co 


do 

do 

do 

do 


2 50 
1 50 


T. Thompson 

J. Morrison 


1 50- 
1 43 


W. 0. Price 


\0., Queen Street 

Wallaceburg 

, Windsor .... . 

do 

do 


25 00 


J. Pocock 


50 


P. Peters 

1'. A. Craig 

F. H. Mann 


21 06 
5 25 
5 35 


Drake & Joyce 


do 


1 95 


( Sanada Patent Brush Co 


do 


1 50 


Workman & Co 

A. McCarthy 


Woodstock 

with sundry mail catching posts. 
>r P. 0. I., Barrie 


4 25 
6 30 


W. C. Andrew 


3 50 


D. Elder, P.M.. . 


hing post at Elder's Mills 

at Falkenburg. ... 

Kilworthy 

Melancthon's Station 

1 


2 55 


M. Moore 


1 40 


W. ('.Andrew 

M. J. Callaghan 


1 35 
35 




$45,063 38 









W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- G eneral. 



181 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills, for articles sup- 
plied for the service of the Post Office Department, in Quehec, made 
within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



B.A. Bank Note Co. 



Pritehard & Andrews.. . . 

do 
Mavnard, Harris & Co . 

W. Lee 

R. 8. Montgomery 

R. J. Devlin '. . . . 

G. Bailey 

H. Weekes 

•J. Stevenson 

J. Brownlee 

McKinley & Northwood. 

E. Chanteloup 

H. Grant & Son. 

P. W'hitty 

A. Huot & Co . . 

J. R. Esmonde 

F. X. Robitaille 

Andrews Bros 



Particulars. 



N. Binet Dusters and 



Engraving and printing postage stamps, post cards, &c, for 

the Post Office Department in Quebec 

Office stamps and seals for the P. O. Department in Quebec. . . 

Office scales and weights do 

Letter Carriers' uniform materials do .... 

do uniforms do .... 

do leggins and waist belts do .... 

do waterproof cap covers do .... 

Street letter boxes do .... 

Wooden boxes do .... 

Dominion ensigns do ... 

Postage stamp boxes do .... 

Railway mail clerks' tin box, &c. do .... 

Repairing street letter boxes for P. O. Inspector, Montreal. . . . 
Repairing clock do .... 

Repairing street letter boxes for P. O. Inspector, Quebec 

Tinsmith's work do 

Repairing railway mail clerks' tin boxes do 
Repairing street letter boxes, &c. 
Hardware 



McKinley & Northwood. 
G. A. Bourgeois, P.O.I. . 

M. Gagnon 

N. Pelchat 

A. B. Vezina 

W.Lee 

Rosamond Woolen Co. . 

T. Force 

W. F. Tanner 

Lanthier & Co 

II. 8. Montgomery 

1 1. < l-rant iV Sou 

I). ()'( kmnor 

E. •). Maxwell & Co 

P. ( )'l lonoghue 

ES. ( 'hanteloup 

.1. Walker & Co.. 

II. \. Nelson & Sons.. . . 

< travel Bros 

R. Mitchell & Co 

McArthur & Co 

M. ( Sagnon 

J. Mason 

W.Lee 

Rosamond Woolen Co.. 
il.. 

W. I". Tanner 

I:. .1. Devlin 

Dugal & Co 

II. s. Montgomery 

O. 8eif< rl 

Hardj A Drolet 



soap 



do 
do 
do 



Railway mail clerks' tin boxes for P. O. Inspector, Three Rivers. 
To pay for caligraph ribbon for do 

Painting street letter boxes at Levis 

Putting up street letter box do 

Repairing street letter box do 

Letter Carriers' uniforms for P. O., Montreal 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
boots 

do 
fur caps 
waist belts 



Attendance on clocks 

Stamping pads and repairs 

Lumber 

Street letter boxes 

Locksmith's work, &c. 

I hud ware 

Brooms and dusters 

Soap, &c. 

Repairing locks, &c. 

Pamts, oils, turpentine, &c. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Putting up street letter box at Notre Dame de Levis. 

Repairing street Letter boxes at Point St. Charles 

Letter Carriers' uniforms for 1*. O., Quebec 



do 

I).) >ts 

do 
do moccasins 

do fur caps 

do waist belts 

Attendance on clocks 
Brooms, soap, matches, &c. 



do 
do 
do 



Pitl Sorting baskets 



I 

Ham< i & ( 
Talbol ... 



Repairing office stamps 
Towelling, chamois skins, &c. 
Repairing street letter boxes at St, 

182 



Sauveur de Quebec 



Amount. 



$ cts. 



11,735 58 


1,313 45 


242 50 


249 60 


637 00 


82 25 


12 20 


260 00 


60 00 


49 34 


30 00 


10 50 


94 48 


1 50 


164 37 


12 94 


10 00 


7 20 


55 


2 45 


60 00 


1 00 


6 00 


4 00 


1 10 


757 00 


618 75 


526 50 


78 08 


166 50 


54 00 


117 50 


96 00 


72 11 


54 00 


46 05 


15 42 


11 05 


4 50 


2 85 


3 79 


3 50 


4 00 


282 50 


188 10 


193 50 


2 44 


38 50 


12 75 


75 


75 00 


15 73 


11 75 


7 40 


7 76 


4 25 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. lfi.) 



A. 1891 



>ETAiLofal] payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills, for articles sup- 
plied tor the service of the Post Office Department, in Quebec, made; 
within the Fear ended 30th June, 1890 — Concluded. 



Name. 


Particulars. 


Amount. 


Intercolonial Railway 

E. Cote 


Fitting up mail bag catchers for P. O. Inspector, Quebec 

Making and fitting up mail bag catchers at Trois Saumons, 

Elgin Road and L'Anse a Giles . 

Repairing mail catching post at Riviere Trois Pistoles 


| cts. 
65 98 


A. St. Pierre . 


33 90 
3 00 




Total 






18,622 92 



W. H. Smith son, 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



Accountant. 



183 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills for articles supplied 
for the service of the Post Office Department, in Nova Scotia, made 
within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Particulars. 



Amount. 



B. A. Bank Note Co 

Pritchard & Andrews 

do 

W. Lee 

Maynard, Harris & Co 

R. S. Montgomery 

J. Stevenson 

A. J. Grant & Co 

C. W. Davies 

C. & W. Anderson 

W. &C. Silver 

W. Lee 

Rosamond Woolen Co 

A. J. Grant & Co 

J. Lilley 

W. F. Tanner 

T. Force 

R. S. Montgomery 

C. W. Davies 

M. Conroy 

Hattie & Mylius 

R. H. Cogswell 

(i. Slaughter 

R. Downey 

The Chambers Wood-working 

Co 

Thompson & Sutherland 



Engraving and printing postage stamps, post cards, &c, for 

the Post Office Department in Nova Scotia 

Office stamps and seals for Post Office Dept., in Nova Scotia. 
Office scales and weights do do 

Making Letter Carriers' uniforms do do 

Letter Carrier's uniform materials do do 

Letter Carriers' leggins do do 

Dominion ensigns do do 

Twine for Post Office Inspector, Halifax 

Locksmith's work, &c, Post Office Inspector, Halifax 

Soap, brooms, matches, &c. do 

Towels supplied do 

Letter Carriers' uniforms for Post Office, Halifax 

do do 

Twine supplied do 

Letter Carriers' boots do 

do do 

do do 

Letter Carriers' waist belts do 

Locksmith's work do 

Bedding, towels, &c. do 

Soap do 

Attendance on clock do 

Sorting baskets do 

Painting street letter boxes do 

Putting up street letter box at Truro 

Repairing mail clerk's tin box 

Total 



$ cts. 



4.214 23 


533 27 


225 00 


126 00 


44 05 


2 50 


17 66 


266 00 


22 40 


6 54 


3 60 


257 00 


136 80 


190 50 


148 50 


2 44 


4 50 


1 50 


49 75 


31 16 


16 75 


8 00 


7 00 


25 00 


2 50 


1 00 



5,343 65 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE. 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



184 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1801 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



stail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills, for articles sup- 
plied for the service of the Post Office Department in New Brunswick, 
made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 


Particulars. 


Amount. 


B. A. Bank Note Co 

Pritchard & Andrews 

do 

W. Lee 


Engraving and printing postage stam 
the Post Office Department in New 

Office stami>s and seals for Post Offic 
Brunswick 


is, post cards, &c, for 


I cts. 

2,940 18 
338 94 


e Department in New 


Office scales and weights 

Making Letter Carriers' uniforms 

Letter Carriers' uniform materials 

Street letter boxes 

Dominion ensigns 

Railway Mail Clerks' tin boxes 

do for Post Off 

do 
Repairing letter boxes and keys 
Attendance on clocks 

Repairing street letter boxes 

Soap 

Methylated spirits and soap 

Carpenter's work 

Hardware 

Repairing street letter boxes for Post C 

Broom and duster do 

Painting street letter boxes do 

Letter Carriers' uniform do 

do uniform materials 
do fur caps do 
do boots do 
do do 
do leggins and belts 

Repairing street letter boxes 

Locksmith's work 

Soap, broom and matches 

Repairing clocks 

Sorting baskets 

Felt rollers 

Oil for Letter Carriers' lamps 

Alcohol 

Feather duster, coal scuttle, &c. 

Hardware 

Total 


do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

ice Inspector, St. John. 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

)ffice, Fredericton 

do 

Moncton 

St. John 

do 


135 00 

91 00 


Maynard, Harris & Co ... . 
(i l'.uiley 


36 70 
00 00 


J. Stevenson 

McKinley & Northwood 

.1. R. Fsmonde 

A. G. Bowes & Co 


12 33 
23 10 
20 00 
10 50 


do 


2 50 


G. Hutchinson 

Truro Foundry and Machine 

Co 

F. F. Craibe & Co 

H. W. Barker. . . 


50 00 

4 50 

5 60 
5 50 


Bowman & Le Lacheur 

W. H. Thome & Co 


3 50 
35 


M. & T. Smith 


3 00 


J. G. McNally 


1 50 


0. K. Rogers 


4 50 


W. Lee 


118 00 


Rosamond Woolen Co 

R. J. Devlin . . 


131 40 


do 


61 75 


T. Force 

W. F. Tanner 

R. S. Montgomery 


do 


108 00 


do 


12 20 


do 


5 (i0 


A. G. Bowes & Co 

A. Hunter 

G. S. De Forest & Co 

G. Hutchinson 

J. R. Smith 


do 


54 50 


do 

do 

do . . 


27 00 
8 44 
6 00 


do 


8 40 


F. Chanteloup 

McKinley & Northwood 

11. W Barker 

W. H. Thome & Sons 

Fmerson & Fisher 


do 


4 80 


do 

do 


2 00 

2 00 


do 


1 50 


do 


30 








4,306 65 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



185 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA, &c. 



Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills for articles supplied 
for the service of the Post Office Department in Manitoba and the North- 
West Territories, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



Particulars. 



Amount. 



B. A. Bank Note Co. 



for the 



Pritchard & Andrews . . 
do 



Engraving and printing postage stamps, post cards, &c 

Post Office Department in Manitoba, &c 

Office Stamps and seals for the P. O. Department in Manitoba, &c. 
Office Scales and Weights do do 

W. Lee jMaking Letter Carriers' uniforms do do 

Maynard, Harris, & Co Letter Carriers' uniform materials do do 

R. S. Montgomery do leggins and belts do do 

J. Stevenson Dominion ensigns do do 

Painting and repairing street letter boxes for P. 0. I., Winnipeg 
Soap, matches, &c. do 

Broom, duster, &c. do 

Repairing Mail Clerks' tin boxes do 

do do 

Paint do 

Repairing office stamps Ho 

Making Letter Carriers' uniforms for P. 0., Winnipeg 



G. P. Bliss 

H. Hodges 

W. White & Co 

J. R. Esmonde 

McKinley & Northwood 
do 

A. Schmidt 

W. Lee 

Rosamond Woolen Co. . 

T. Force 

W. F. Tanner. 

R. J. Devlin 

C. J. Bothwell & Co 

R. S. Montgomery 

S. & H. Borbridge 

A. Schmidt 

J. H. Ashdown 

E. Chanteloup 

Mitchell Drug Co 

Scott & Leslie 

W. J. Mitchell 

A. Macdonald 

do 



Letter Carriers' uniform materials 

do boots 

do do 

do fur caps and collarettes 

do cloth vests 

do waist belts 

Letter Carriers' chamois vest 
Locksmith's work 
Hardware nnd matches 
Felt rollers 

Methylated spirits, soap, &c. 
Feather dusters 
Alcohol, &c. 
Erecting mail catching post at Fannystelle 
Making mail bag catcher for Routledge. . . , 



$ cm 

3,466 27 

387 17 

90 00 

119 00 

39 15 
12 60 
14 72 

40 75 
3 45 
2 
2 
1 

1 

137 

130 80 

126 00 

14 64 

42 50 

12 00 

75 

8 

60 

17 

7 

6 

2 

1 



18 65 
26 00 



Total 



$4,798 68 



W. II. Smitiison, 

Accountant 



WILLIAM WHITE. 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



18G 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH roLl'MUIA. 



Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills for articles supplied 
for the service of the Post Oitice Department, in British Columbia, made 
within the 7ear ended 30th June, 1890. 




Particulars. 



ft. A. Bank Note Co 

Pritcl laid & Andrews 

do do 

W. Lee _ 

ICaynard, Harris & Co 

It. S. Montgomery 

J. Stevenson 

II. Jewell 

J. Gosnell 

A. Smith 

A. King 

Vancouver City Foundry and 

Machine Works Co 

Veysey 

Davis & Taylor 

McKillican & Anderson 

Rosamond Woolen Co 

W. Lee 

! T. Force 

' W. F. Tanner 

|| J. T. Burrows 

!R. S. Montgomery 

IE. B. Marvin & Co 

|j. Barnsley & Co 

C.R.Blake 

A. Vipond. 

IL Jewell 

!H. Gribble 

I. Gosnell 

t AVintennute Bros 

|J. Dockrill 



Engraving and printing postage stamps, post cards, &c, for the 

Post Office Department, in British Columbia 

Office stamps and seals for the P. O. Dept. in British Columbia 
Office scales and weights do do 

Making Letter Carriers' uniforms do do 

Letter Carriers' uniform materials do do 



do do 

do do 

Inspector, Victoria 

do 
do 



Letter Carriers' leggins 

Dominion ensigns 

Blankets, &c, supplied P. O. 

Soap, oil, &c. do 

Locksmith's work do 

Making and erecting street letter box posts, at Vancouver. 

Street letter box for Post Office, Vancouver 

Painting and lettering street letter boxes at Vancouver.. . . 

Indicator for street letter box at Vancouver 

Erecting and repairing street letter boxes at Victoria 

Letter Carriers' uniform materials for Post Office, Victoria 



Letter Carriers' uniforms do 

do boots do 

do do do 

{Altering Letter Carrier's uniform do 

Letter Carrier's waist belt do 

Twine do 

Locksmith's work do 

do do 

do do 

J Broom, coal scuttle, &c. do 

[Brooms, duster, &c. do 

(Soap, matches, &c. do 

l Erecting mail catching post at Johnson's Landing. 

Repairing mail catching post at Vancouver 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Total , 



Amount. 



•s ota. 

1,402 18 

170 68 

103 75 

28 00 

12 23 

1 25 
5 96 

14 55 

2 12 

1 00 
21 00 

20 00 

11 50 

2 50 
11 00 
55 30 

32 50 
40 50 

2 44 

1 50 

75 
53 00 

7 25 

2 00 
5 75 

3 70 
3 70 

1 75 

33 00 
3 00 

2,059 86 



W. II. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster -General. 



187 



16- -14 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891! 



. a : _ 


PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 





Detail of all payments in discharge of Tradesmen's Bills for articles supplied 
for the service of the Post Office Department, in Prince Edward Island! 
made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



Particular.' 



B. A. Bank Note Co Engraving and printing postage stamps, post cards, &c, for the 

Post Office Department in Prince Edward Island 



Pritchard & Andrews Office stamps and seals for P. O. Dept. in Prince Edward Island 



do Office scales and weights do 

J. Stevenson Dominion ensigns do 

A. L. Brown Blankets, towels, soap, &c, for Post Office, 

A. Hermans & Son Iron box for registered matter 



S. W. Crabbe. 
W. W. Wellner. 



Brooms, soap, matches, 
Repairing clock 



&c. 



do 

do 
Charlotte town, 
do 
do 
do 



Total. 




W. H. Smithson, 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



Accountant. 



188 



I 



>4 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. L6.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCES OF ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND BRITISH COLCMUIA. 



?ail of all payments by the Post Office Department for Rente and Taxes, 

as below, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



A. Cordingley 

flrporation of Prescott. 
md Trunk Ry. Co . . . 



Name 


Particulars. 


Amount. 






| Cti. 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Rent of Assistant Inspector's Office, Port Arthur (6 months to 

31st March, 1890) 40 (X) 

Rent of Post Office, Prescott (1 year to 31st August, 1889) 325 00 

Rent of mail room at Union Station, Toronto (1 year to 31st 

December, 1889) 50 00 



Total. 



$415 00 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Montreal City and District 
Savings* Bank 



W. McGowan 

Montreal City and District 

Savings Bank 

R. S. Cooke 

J. W. Low 



Rent of Eastern Receiving House, Montreal (1 year, to 30th 

April, 1890) 

Rent of Northern Receiving House, (1 year, to 30th April, 1890). 



do Western do do 

do Post Office, Vallevfield (9 mos., to 31st December, 1889. ) 

do do do (3 mos., to 31st March, 1890). ... 



Total . 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



250 00 
250 00 

250 00 

120 00 

40 00 



910 00 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 


J. M. Browning, Agent 


Rent of Post Office, Vancouver (12 mos., to 31st March, 1890). . 
Total 


360 00 




360 00 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



16—14* 



189 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Detail of all payments by the Post Office Department, for Stationery, Print- 
ing and Advertising, in Ontario, made within the Year ended 30th June, 
1890. 



Name. 


Particulars. 


Amount. 


Queen's Printer and Station- 
ery Office 

Ottawa "Canadian Militia 
Gazette " 

Ottawa "Canadian Mining 
Review" 

Hamilton ' ' Spectator " 

Belleville 


Printing and Stationery for t 

Advertising Money Orders 

do 
Advertising tenders, for Lett 
Advertising time tables, Post 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Advertising for mail tenders, 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 

do do 
do do 
do do 

do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 
do do 

do do 
do do 

do do 


he P. 0. Department, in Ontario. 

do do 

do do 

er Carriers' supplies 

Office notices, &c 


§ ctsj 

25,703 19 1 

132 00 1 

92 10-1 
57 20| 
62 50| 


Brantford 


do 


150 00 D 


Brockville 


do 


62 50J 


Chatham 


do 


150 00 1 


( rait 


do 


50 00 1 


Guelph 


do 

do 


ioo ool 


Hamilton 


107 50B 


Kingston 


do 


153 801 


London 


do 


166 Ool 


Ottawa 


do 


618 33|j 


Pembroke 


do 


50 OOl 


Peterboro' 


do 

do 


137 501 


Port Hope 


70 83| 


St. Catharines 


do 


50 OOl 


St. Thomas 


do 


50 OOjj 


Sarnia 


do 


50 imi 


Stratford 

Toronto 


do 

do 

do 


87 50| 
326 20H 


Windsor 


200 00|| 


Woodstock 

Alexandria "Glengarrian ". . 
Almonte "Times " 


do 

&c 


50 OOjl 

5 2$ 
«.) 60 


Arnprior " Chronicle " 

Arthur " Enterprise " 


8 32 


Aylmer "Sun " 

Belleville " Intelligencer ". . . 




3 51 

(i Si 


Berlin " News " 




lo 96 


Brantford " Courier " 




K) 9J- 


do "Telegram " . ... 




8 :v_ 


Brighton " Ensign " 




9 8- 


( lampbellford " Herald " . . . . 


5 (i( 


( ,ol. ton Place " Central Can- 
adian " 




i) 1: 


( Hinton " News-Record " . . 




4 8< 


( lobourg "Sentinel Star".. . . 




;» li( 


( lollingwood " Enterprise- 
Messenger " 




li 0< 


Cornwall "Standard " 

1 hirham " ( Ihronicle ". 




1!) Oi 


Bgam LUe " Enterprise ". . . . 




13 9: 


Exeter " Timea "' 




lit 2< 


Flesherton " Advance " 




4 2 


Gait " Reporter" 




3 


( rananoque " Journal " 




2 9 


1 todericti " Star " 

[ngersoll " Oxford Tribune ". 




14 2 
4 2 


K incardine " Review " 

Kingston " News " 




12 1 
12 6 


Leamington " Tost " ... . 




5 


r/Orignal " Advertiser " 

Mount Forest " Represi nta 
tive" 




10 4 

4 Of 



100 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments by the Post Office Department, for Stationery. Print- 
ing and Advertising, in Ontario, made within t lie Year ended 30th June, 
18dQ—Co»clw/r</. 



Name. 
1 


Particulars. 


Amount. 


New Hamburg "Indepen- 
dent " 


Advertising for 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 


mail tenders, &c 


* ets. 
4 96 


V u Hamburg "Volksblatt" 
Orange vilie "Sun " 


do 


5 28 


do 


4 20 


Ottawa "Citizen " 

do "Journal " 

do "C. M. Gazette"... . 
■ do " Le Canada ". 

do " United Canada ". . . 

Owen Sound " Times " 

Palmerston "Telegraph " 

Paris " Review " 


do 


5 60 


do 

do 


7 80 
7 50 


do 


6 00 


do 


25 20 


do 


14 07 


do 


3 36 


do 


5 00 


Parkhill " Gazette " 

Pembroke "Standard " 

Peterboro' "Review " 

do "Times" 

do " Canada Lumber- 
man " 


do 

do 


5 12 
18 08 


do 

do 


5 40 

6 00 


do 


5 25 


i Petrolea " Advertiser " 

1 Picton " Gazette " 


do 


5 76 


do 


4 56 


Port Arthur "Sentinel 

'Port Elgin "Times" 

; Port Hope " Times " 

Renfrew "Journal " 


do 


6 60 


do 


7 08 


do 


6 72 


do 

do 


20 20 


St. Mary's "Journal " 

Simcoe "British Canadian ". 

i Smith's Falls " News " 

Strathroy "Dispatch " 

Toronto "Empire " 


8 80 


do 


7 20 


do 


6 66* 


do 


4 48 


do 


21 60 


do "Evening Telegram" 
do "News " 


do 


15 00 


do 

do 

do 


15 00 


do "World" 


15 00 


Ti<nton "Advocate " 

Walkerton " Herald " 

do " Ontario Glocke" 

Wallaceburg " Herald " 

Waterloo " Farmer's Friend " 
Wingham " Advance " 

ei 


3 30 


do 


8 06 


do 


4 08 


do 


5 00 


do 


8 52 


do 


3 48 


Total 




$29,227 91 






1 

1 

n 

W. H. Smithson, 




WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-Ger 


eral. 



Accountant. 



191 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, 



Detail of all payments by the Post Office Department for Stationery, Print- 
ing and Advertising, in Quebec, made within the Year ended 30th June, 

1890. 



Ns 



Particulars. 



Queen's Printer and Station- 
ery Office 

Montreal " Dominion Illus- 
trated " 

Montreal " Star " 

Aylmer 

Hull 

Montreal 

< Quebec 

Three Rivers 

Quebec " Le Canadien " 

do " Morning Chronicle " 

Fraserville " Journal " 

Hull " Dispatch " 

Levis " Quotidien " 

Montreal " Gazette " 

do " La Minerve ". . . . 

do " La Presse " 

do " Le Monde" 

do " Star " 

Quebec " Budget " 

. do " Courier " 

do " Daily Telegraph ". . 

do " Journal " 

do "Le Canadien" 

do " L'Evenement " 

do " Mercury " 

eo " Morning Chronicle " 
Shawville " Equity " 



Printing and Stationery for the P. O. Department in Quebec 

Advertising Money Orders do do 

Advertising tenders for Letter Carriers supplies 

Advertising time-tables, Post Office Notices, &c 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Advertising special subvention service 

do do 

Advertising for mail tenders, &c 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do * do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Total 



Amount. 



$ cts. 
10,008 63 

70 00 

57 20 

37 50 

137 50 

414 00 

450 98 

72 00 

13 26 
12 48 

6 84 

5 22 

14 04 

7 60 
7 40i 
7 92 

7 00 1 
9 30 

8 00 
22 40 

8 00 

8 40 

14 80 

8 20 

14 00 

14 00 

6 40 



11,443 07 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



192 



Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



(btail of all payments by the Post Office Department for Stationery, Print- 
ing and Advertising in Nova Scotia, made within the Year ended 30th 
June, 1890. 



Name. 



Queen's Printer and Station 

try Office 

]». Gladwin 

do 

W. * rOSsip 

Halifax 

Halifax " Morning Herald ". 
Pictou " Colonial Standard ". 

Annapolis " Spectator " 

1 >igby " Courier " 

Halifax " Presbyterian Wit 

ness " 

Kentville "Western Chron 

icle " 

Liverpool "Clarion " 

do " Times " 

New Glasgow " Enterprise ". 
North Sydney "Herald".... 

Pavrsboro' " Leader" 

Pictou "Colonial Standard ". 
Spring Hill "Independent".. 
%3tellarton "Trades Journal' 

Sydney " Advocate " 

Truro " Colchester Sun ". . . . 

Windsor "Clarion " 

do "Journal " 

Wolfville "Acadian" 



Particulars. 



Printing and stationery for the P. O. Dept. in Nova Scotia 

Ink and mucilage for Inspector's Office, Halifax 

do Postmaster do 

do do do 

Advertising time-tables, Post Office notices, &c 

Adveritsing special subvention service 

do do 

Advertising for mail tenders, &c 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do , 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Total 



Amount. 



$ cts. 

3,580 68 

10 20 

25 40 

10 20 

189 18 

9 75 

7 80 

13 44 
9 92 

48 80 

14 40 

14 40 
10 00 
56 68 
39 60 

8 00 
27 20 

3 00 

15 52 
33 60 
36 78 

4 32 

9 12 
14 40 

4,198 39 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmastei-Genei al. 



193 



54 Victoria, 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCES OF NEW BRUNSWICK AND MANITOBA. 



Detail of all payments by the Post Office Department for Stationery, Printing 
and Advertising as below, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 


Particulars. 


Amount. 






$ cts . 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK 



Queen's Printer and Station- 
ery Office 

Barnes & Co 

do ' 

Predericton 

St. John 

do ' ' Evening Gazette ". 
do "Sun" 



Printing and stationery for the P.O. Dept. in New Brunswick 
Ink and mucilage for Inspector's Office, St. John 

do Postmaster do 

Advertising time tables, Post Office notices, &c '. 

do do 

Advertising special subvention service 

do do 

Total 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 



Queen's Printer and Station- 
ery Office 


Printing and stationery for the P . 0. Dept. in Manitoba, &c . . . 


2,777 73 
12 50 
26 58 
25 00 
144 00 
12 00 
8 40 
19 04 
11 20 

10 36 

14 64 

15 68 

5 00 

6 00 
5 40 

7 92 
5 40 

31 72 
57 98 

11 00 
5 40 

40 00 

73 30 
30 40 

41 05 

52 26 

24 10 
45 20 ; 


A. Taylor 


do* 


do Postmaster do 


Brandon 


Advertising time-tables, Post Office notices, &c 


Winnipeg 

Brandon " Mail " 


do do 

Advertising for mail tenders, &c 

do do 

do do 

do do 


Calgary "Herald" 


Fort Macleod " Gazette " 

Fort Qu'Appelle " Vidette ". 


Lethbridge " News " 


do do 


M •innedosa " Tribune " 

Moosomin '" Courier " 


do do 

do do 


Morden " Monitor ". . . 




Neepawa "Register".. . . 




Pilot Mound "Sentinel " 

Portage la Prairie " Review " 


do do , 

do do 


Qu'Appelle " Progress " 

Regina " Leader " 


do do 


do do 


St. Boniface " Le Manitoba" 
Selkirk " Record " 


do do 

do do 


Stonewall " News " 


do do 


Winnipeg " Beimskringla ".. 

do "Manitoba Colo- 
nist " 

do " Nordwesten ". . . 


do do 


do do 

do do 


do " Nor 'West Far- 
mer " 


do do 


do "North- West Re- 
view " 

do " Scand i na v La □ 
Canadian " 


do do 


do "Siftinga " 


do do 




Total . . 




S3, 519 53 






W. H. Bmithsok 
Account 


WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- Ger 

j 
ant. 

194 


lerti I. 



. 



Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. L6.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCES OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AND PRINCE EDWARD 

ISLAND. 



Detail of all payments by the Post Office Department for Stationery, Printing 
and Advertising, as below, made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 


Service. 


Amount. 






8 cts. 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Queen's Printer and Station- 
ery Office 

T. X. Hibben&Co 

do 

E. B. Marvin & Co 

Tictoria ... 

Kamloops " Inland Sentinel" 

Kanainio "Free Press " 

New Westminster " British 
Columbian" 

Vancouver "News Adver- 
tiser " 

Vancouver " World " 

Victoria " Colonist " 

do " Standard " 

do " Times " 

Port Townsend " Argus " 

Seattle " Post Intelligencer " 



Printing and stationery for the Post Office Department, in 

British Columbia 

Ink and mucilage for Inspector's Office, Victoria 

do Postmaster do 

do do do 

Advertising time tables, Post Office notices, &c 

Advertising for mail tenders, &c 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Total 



1,334 59 


(5 50 


20 00 


8 25 


111 00 


13 00 


16 00 


21 08 


14 00 


9 80 


49 20 


35 00 


33 90 


10 00 


7 50 



$1,689 82 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Queen's Printer and Station-' 

ery Office Printing and stationery for the Post Office Department in 

Prince Edward Island 

T. L. Chappelle link for Postmaster, Charlottetown 

Charlottetown Advertising time tables, Post Office notices, &c 

do " Herald " I do for mail tenders, &c 

Summerside " Journal " do do 

Total 



565 21 
10 00 
96 00 
10 60 
16 00 



$697 81 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- Genera l. 



r : 



195 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the 
Post Office Department, in Ontario, made within the Year ended 30tli 
June, 1890. 



Name. 



M. Sweetnam, Chief P.O.I. 

D. Spry, P.O.I 

G. E. Griffin, P.O.I 

R. W. Barker, P.O.I 

T. P. French, P.O.I 

H. G. Hopkirk, P.O.I 

F. D. Barwiek, P.O.I 

J. H. Meacham, P.M 

H. X. Case, P.M 

J. Shannon, P.M 

R. J. C. Dawson, P.M.. .. 

J. A. Gouin, P.M 

T. C. Patteson, P.M 

A. Wigle, P.M 

Post Office Department 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

G. X. W. Telegraph Co. ... 

do 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

G. X. W. Telegraph Co . . 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

C. X. W. Telegraph Co.... 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

<:. X. W. Telegraph Co . . . . 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

<:. X. W. Telegraph Co... 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

G. X. W. Telegraph Co ... . 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

<:. X. W. Telegraph Co ... . 

do .... 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

<;. X. \V. Telegraph Co 

do 

Bell Telephone Co 

do '.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 

do 

do 

P. < ). S.i\ inga Bank 

Director of the International 

Postal Bureau 

Bell Telephone Co 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Particulars. 



Incidental expenses, Chief Post Office Inspector. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Post Office Inspector, Barrie. . . . 

do Kingston . 

do London . . 

do Otttawa . 

do Stratford 

do Toronto. , 
Postmaster, Belleville . , 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Hamilton. 
Kingston . 
London. . 
Ottawa . . 
Toronto . 
Windsor . . 



Freight and express charges 

Telegrams to and from Chief Post Office Inspector. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
Post Office Inspector, Barrie. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Postmaster, Hamilton 
do do 

do London . 

do Ottawa. . 

do do 

do Toronto . 



Kingston . 

do . 
London . 

do .. 
Ottawa . . 

do .. 
Stratford 

do 
Toronto . . 

do .. 



Telephone messages, Post Office Inspector, Barrie, 



do 
do 
do 
do 
Commissions to 



Postmaster 



months to 30th June, 1890) 



do Kingston 

do London 

do Stratford 

do Toronto 

on Savings Bank business (15 



Proportion of Postal Union expenses (12 months to 31st 

December. 1880) 
Rent of telephone at Inspector's office, Barrie (12 months to 

31st August, 1890), 
Kent of telephone at Inspector's office, Kingston (12 months to 

30th June, 1800), 
Rent of telephone at Inspector's office, London (12 months to 

30th September, 1800) 



Rent of telephone at Inspector's residence, Ottawa (12 months 
to 30th June. 1800) 



Rent of telephone at I nspector's office and residence, Stratford 

(12 months to 31st October, 1800) 

Rent of telephone at Inspector's residence, Stratford (12 months 

to 31st October, L889) 

Rent of telephone at Inspector's office, Toronto (12 months to 

30th September, 1800) 

lout of telephone at Post Office, Kingston (12 months to 31st 

July, 1800) 

19(> 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1G.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the 
Post Office Department in Ontario, made within the Tear ended SOth 
June, 1890. — Continued. 



Name. 



- 

J Bell Telephone Co. 
do 



i London Street Car Co. 
Ottawa do 

Toronto do 

<i. Yates 

Blackburn & Cox 



A. P. Sherwood, Chief Dom- 
inion Police 



1). O'Leary, Inspector Dom- 
inion Police 



Can. Secret Service Agency. 



C. H. Pope 

H. Montgomery. 
I'.. Doyle 



J. Hodgins 

W. J. Jackson. . 
A. Ferguson. . . . 
M. .1. Whitty... 
W. H. Pennock. 
H. F. Wilmot. . . 



A. ( '< . McWhinney 

W. ( !. Cochran 

W. G. Milligan 

J. Pringle 

•'. Walsh, in charge of Dead 

Letter Office 

•I. McKernan 

Majesty's Stationery 

Office 



Postmaster, Appleton 

do Baldoon 

do Big Fork 

do Burk's Falls 

do By ng Inlet Nor'h 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Camlachie 

Ferguson's Falls 

Fingal 

Fisherville . . 

Fournier 

Gorrie 

Grand Valley. . . 
Mountain Grove 

Osceola 

Puslinch 

Renfrew 



do Stanleydale. 

do Tront Lake. 

do Verona 

do Wroxeter. . . 



Particulars. 



Rent of telephone at Post Office, London (12 months to 31st 
October, 1890) 

Rent of telephone at Post Office, Toronto (12 months to 31st 
August, 1890). 

Street car Letter Carrier service, London 

do tickets for use of Letter Carriers, Ottawa . 

do Letter Carrier service, Toronto 

To pay for Letter Carrier's ferry tickets, Toronto 

Legal expenses in re Regina vs. Scott, late P.M., Dorchester 
Station 



Detective services in connection with burglaries of Renfrew and 
Pembroke Post Offices 



Detective services in connection with burglaries of Post Offices 

at Pembroke, Osceola and Smith's Falls 

Detective services in connection with robbery of mail between 

Ottawa and Hull .... 

Detective services at London Post Office 

do in re burglary at Renfrew Post Office 

do in re theft of registered letter from Hamilton 

Post Office 

do in re abstraction of money from letters 

Services in connection with arrest of Railway Mail Clerk Hayes 

Preparing copies of trans- Atlantic mail contract 

Expenses incurred whilst on special duty at Kingston 

do do do 

Expenses whilst in charge of Post Office at Exhibition building, 

Kingston 

Expenses whilst in charge of Post Office at Exhibition building, 

London 

Expenses whilst in charge of Post Office at Exhibition building, 

Ottawa 

Expenses whilst in charge of Post Office at Exhibition building, 

Toronto 

Expenses whilst in charge of Post Office, Thorold 

Refund of money found in a dead letter and reclaimed 

do do do 



Lists of Money Order Offices in the United Kingdom, supplied 

Post Office Department 

Compensation for postage stamps stolen from his office 

do do destroyed by fire 

do do do 

Arrears of salary to 30th June, 1888 

Compensation for postage stamps lost in transmission from Post 

Office Department ... 

Compensation for Post Office funds stolen from his office 

Arrears of salary to 30th June, 1888 

Allowance for fumigating mails during prevalence of small-pox. 

Compensation for postage stamps destroyed by fire 

Arrears of forward allowance to 30th June, 1888 

Compensation for Post Office funds lost in transmission to bank 

do do do 

do postage stamps destroyed by fire 

do do stolen from his office 

do Money Order funds stolen from his office . . . 

do postage stamps and Post Office funds stolen 

from his office 

Arrears of forward allowance to 30th June, 1888 

do do 

Compensation for Post Office funds stolen from his office 

do do lost in transmission to bank. 

m 



Amount. 



f cts. 

60 00 

50 00 

400 00 

130 00 

2,400 00 

9 20 

11 50 



24 65 



19 35 



28 50 


30 00 


10 75 


10 00 


10 20 


8 10 


20 00 


55 95 


19 80 


7 50 


27 50 


12 00 


20 40 


10 50 


4 00 


5 00 


4 30 


13 00 


15 00 


G 00 


300 00 


15 00 


3 30 


27 09 


20 00 


6 80 


18 00 


30 00 


200 00 


1G 00 


48 00 


15 00 


19 92 


12 00 


10 00 


12 63 


78 58 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the 
Post Office Department, in Ontario, made within the Year ended 30th 
June, 1890 — Concluded. 



Name. 



Hymen Bros. & Chamberlain 

O. & F. Shoemaker 

G. McDonnell, P.M 

J. Gower 

J. H. Nasmyth & Co 

J. McEvoy 

J. Bayliss. 

C. B. Crease 

A. Kelly 

E. Hart 

H. J. Grasett, Chief Police . 

G. Ottoway . . 

G. Vicars 

W. Potter 

H. Mailleur 

F. Smith 

W. Benson 

H. L. Bell 

T. Simmons 

J. Somers 

S. Fitzgerald 

G. B. Hullett 

G. T. Railway Co 

Sundry persons , 



Particulars. 



Amount. 



Special use of scales by Postmaster, Berlin 

do do Chatham 

To pay for special use of scales at Cornwall 

Special use of scales by Postmaster, Newmarket 

do do Stratford 

Compensation for cancellation of mail contract — Dawson and 

West Osgoode Railway Station 

Services as messenger in Inspector's Office, Barrie 

do do 

Services as night watchman in Inspector's Office, Ottawa 

do Post Office, London 

To pay night watchman, Post Office, Toronto 

Services as letter carrier, Barrie 

do do 

Services as laborer, Post Office, Ottawa 

do do 

do do Toronto 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do Windsor 

To pay mail porter at Union Station, Toronto 

Gratuities for charge of mails at principal railway stations. . . . 

Total 



9 75 

63 00 

14 25 

547 50 

52 00 

130 00 

391 25 

300 00 

365 00 

313 00 

456 25 

456 25 

200 00 

216 00 

66 12 

56 48 

226 67 

187 80 

65 00 



$23,340 89 



W. H. Smithsok 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



Ac:ountant. 



W 



198 



f)l Victoi ia. 



Sessional Papers (No. \c>.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



)etail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the 
Post OmVe Departmenl in Quebec, made within the Year ended 30th 

June, 18 ( J0. 



Na 



K. V. King, P.O.I 

A. Bolduc, P.O.I 

E A. Bourgeois, P.O.I... 

(i. La Mothe, P.M 

A. G. Tourangeau, P.M. 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

|N. W. Telegraph Co.. 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

G. N. W. Telegraph Co. 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

EN. W. Telegraph Co.. 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

I. N. W. Telegraph Co.. 
do 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

EN. W. Telegraph Co.. 
iell Telephone Co 

Post Office Savings Bank . 



Director of the International 

Postal Bureau 

Bell Telephone Co 



Incidental expenses, Post Office Inspector, Montreal. 

do do Quebec 

do do Three Rivers. 

do Postmaster, Montreal 

do do Quebec 

Telegrams to and from Post Office Inspector, Montreal . . . 



Bell Telephone Co 

do 

do 

do 
J, Xeilson 



A. Bolduc, P.O.I. 
K. Maurault. . . . 



S. A. Germain 
do 



H. Abbott, jun 

Beauchemin & Mallette 



J. St. Germain. 
L. X. Asselin. . 



Particulars. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
Quebec 

do 

Three Rivers 

do 



J. S. Hall, jun. 
S. Thiberge 



A. P. Sherwood, Chief Do- 
minion Police 

Can. Secret Service Agency. . 
E. Harpe 



Postmaster, Montreal 

do do 

do Perce 

do Quebec 

do do 

Telephone message for Post Office Inspector, Quebec 

do Postmaster, Montreal 

Commissions to Postmasters upon Savings Bank business (15 

months to 30th June, 1890) 

Proportion of Postal Union expenses (12 months to 31st Dec, 

1889) 

Rent of telephones for Inspector's Office and residence, Quebec 

(12 months to 30th June, 1890) 

Rent of telephones at Inspector's office and residence, also at 

Assistant Inspector's residence, Three Rivers (12 mos. to 

30th June, 1890) 

Rent of telephone at Post Office and at Bonaventure Depot, 

Montreal (7 mos. to 30th June, 1890) 

Rent of telephone at Post Office and Receiving Houses, Montreal, 

(12 mos. to 30th June, 1890) 

Rent of telephone at Post Office, Levis (6 mos. to 30th June, 1890) 
Furnishing telephonic reports of railway mail trains (12 mos. to 

31st May, 1890) 

To pay legal expenses in re Regina vs. Michaud, accused of 

abstracting money from letters 

Legal services in re Regina vs. Boucher, ex-P.M., St. Francois 

du Lac 

do do do 

Legal services in re Regina vs. Marion, surety for ex-P.M., 

Lanoraie 

Legal services rendered in re collection of balance due by ex- 
P.M. Lanorie 

Legal services in re Regina vs. Lussier, in connection with 

missing letter enquiry at St. Hyacinthe 

do do do 

Legal services in counection with arrest and committal for trial 

of J. Michaud, accused of abstracting money from regis; 

tered letters at St. Luce Station 

Legal services in connection with proceedings taken against 

Corbeil, for advertising private postal delivery in Montreal 
Legal services in re Regina vs. Grondin, charged with illegally 

retaining a letter 



A. Bolduc, P.O.I 

Burland Lithographic Co . 



Detective services at Montreal Post Office 

do do 

Expenses in connection with arrest of D. Frenette, for robbing 

mails at St. Alban 

To pay for services of constable in re arrest of P. Bolduc in 

connection with missing letter enquiry at Levis 

Revising postal map of Quebec and printing 200 copies 

199 



Amount. 



9 cts. 

40 29 
246 96 

154 05 
717 12 
380 00 

10 98 
20 45 

11 99 
134 78 

1 18 

16 62 

1 20 

277 95 

1 80 

2 26 
29 33 

15 

1 10 

1,610 73 

89 15 
80 00 



75 00 

35 00 

180 00 
10 00 

120 00 

216 46 

300 00 
100 00 

381 74 

141 21 

95 00 

9 80 

195 00 

30 15 

20 00 

30 00 
47 50 

6 15 

1 00 
245 92 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of thai 
Post Office Department, in Quebec, made within the Year ended 30tb| 
June, 1890. — Concluded. 



Name. 



The Gebhardt, Berthiaume 

Litho. and Printing Co. . . 
A. LeGresley '. 

F. H. O'Brien 

J. Evarts 

A. Walmsley 

J. J. Collins 

F. Pepin 

J. Mathieu 

F. C. Thompson, P.M 

L. Renois, Messenger 

Postmaster, Danby 

do John vi lie 

do Marsden 

do Notre Dame du 
Laus 

do St. Johns, East.. 

do St. Timothee Stn 

do South Quebec. . . 

do Thurso 

P. Jones 

T. Cunningham 

J. McLaughlin 

• I. Manning 

R. Banning 

L. Quinlan 

J. Quinn 

J. Berthelet 

C. Gould 

W. Ryan 

M. Latimore 

R. Talbot 

A. Trade! 

T. I'. Battle 

Postmaster, Hochelaga 

do Point St. Charles 

do St. Jean Baptiste 
A Dorais 



Particulars. 



Amount. 



300 French Postal Guides supplied Montreal Post Office 

Compensation for horse and vehicle, lost while crossing the 

river at Douglastown with Her Majesty's mail 

Inspection of Post Offices on north shore of Gulf of St. Lawrence 

Services performed in attending to English mails at Levis 

To pay expenses in connection with English mails at Rimouski 

To pay for Letter Carriers' street car tickets at Montreal 

do do 

do do 

To pay services of clerk in charge of Post Office at exhibition 

building, Sherbrooke 

Allowance in lieu of lodging, fuel and light when use of Post 

Office basement as lodgings was discontinued 

Compensation for postage stamps destroyed by fire 

do do stolen from his office 

Arrears of forward allowance to 30th June, 1888 



(less fine) 



Compensation for money lost in transmission to bank . 

Arrears of forward allowance to 30th June, 1888 

Compensation for postage stamps destroyed by fire. . . . 
do do stolen from his office 

do do do 

Services as laborer at Post Office, Montreal (less fine) . . 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do and Sunday watchman, post office, Montreal 
Services as fireman and night watchman do do 

do laborer at post office, Quebec 

Superintending and accommodating Letter Carriers' branch 
do do do 
do do do 
Removal expenses, Victoriaville to Three Rivers 



(less fine). 



Total. 



24 00 

200 Ool 

100 ooj 

100 00 

25 001 
5 50 
5 40 

1 30f 

5 00| 

200 00 

1(5 0C 

20 0C 

16 0C 

16 0C| 

5 0(| 

2 0C 
180 00 

14 ft 

342 0( 

456 2: 

456 2f 

45( ; 2; 

333 7: 

456 2." 

455 7." 

456 2." 

183 0( 

85 0< 

43 7: 

547 a 

456 2; 

365 0< 

72 <m 

200 01 

72 0< 

125 !N 



$12,566 ■ 



W. II. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



200 






51 Victoria. 



Session; 1 1 Papers (No. 16.) 



A. L891 



PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 



►jbtail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the 
Post Office Department in Nova Scotia, made within the Year ended 
30th June, L890. 



Name. 



J. Macdonald, P. O. I ... 

H. W. Blackadar, P. M 

C. I'. Telegraph Co 

Western l r n ion Telegraph Co. 

do 
Nova Scotia Telephone Co . . 
l'ost Office Savings Bank. . . . 

Pirector of the International 
Postal Bureau 

Nova Scotia Telephone Co . . 

do 

Receiver-General 

N. Power 

W. Graham 

Borden, Ritchie & Co 

.1. McN. Gabriel 

A. W. Chisholm 

K. E. Atkins, ex-P. M ... 

Postmaster, Chester 

do Little River, 

Middle Mus- 
quodoboit . . . 

do Middle Sackville 

do Sugar Loaf 

do Ri ver Bourgeoise 
E. McPhail 



Particuh 



Incidental expenses, Post Office Inspector, Halifax 

do Postmaster do 

Telegrams to and from Post Office Inspector, Halifax 

do do do do 

do Postmaster do 

Telephone message for Post Office Inspector do 

Commissions to Postmasters upon Savings Bank business (15 
months to 30th June, 1890) 



Amount. 



Proportion of Postal Union expenses (12 months to 31st Decem- 
ber, 1889) 

Rent of telephone at Inspector's residence, Halifax (18 months 
to 30th September, 1890) 

Rent of telephone at Post Office, Halifax (12 months to 30th 
April, 1889) 

To pay for Post Office funds stolen from the Inspector's office, 
Halifax 

Detective services in connection with the arrest of S. Johnston, 
in connection with burglary of Post Office, Shubenacadie . . 

Legal services in connection with arrest and committal for trial 
of S. Johnston 

Legal services in re Regina vs. Hatt, ex-P. M., Port Med way.. 

Expenses incurred whilst assorting British mails 

Reward for finding mail bag lost on Intercolonial Railway .... 

Arrears of forward allowance whilst Postmaster at Acadia 
Mines 

Compensation for postage stamps stolen from his office 



Amount mailed to Postmaster, Halifax, in payment for postage 
stamps and stolen en route 

Arrears of salary to 30th June, 1888 

Salary for 9 months to 30th June, 1888 

Compensation for Post Office funds lost in transmission to bank 

Taking charge of Prince Edward Island mails at Pictou, season 
1888-89 



s cts. 

266 05 
259 22 

4 75 
294 84 

20 14 
(i 50 

G10 90 



31 90 

67 13 

40 00 

180 00 

100 60 

50 36 
6 31 
4 00 
2 50 

48 00 
43 55 



6 00 
105 50 

7 50 
14 07 

50 00 



Total $2,213 88 



W. II. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



: 



201 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the| 
Post Office Department in New Brunswick, made within the Year endec 
30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



Particulars. 



8. J. King, P.O.I 

P. McPeake, P.M 

F. S. Hilyard, P.M 

E. Willis, P.M 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

Western Union Tel. Co . . 
do 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

Western Union Tel. Co . . 

X. B. Telephone Co 

Post Office Savings Bank. 

Director of the Interna- 
tional Postal Bureau. . . 
N. B. Telephone Co 

do 

S. J. King. P.O.I 

E. McLeod 

Bank of Montreal 

.1. &. A. McMillan . ... 
Postmaster, Alma. . . 

do Lower Turtle 
Creek 

do Salmonhurst. 

do Sheffield .... 

I;. \V. ( S-regoire 

R. Dunbar 

J. T. Buchanan 

W. Hagernian 

J. W. Green 



Incidental expenses, Post Office Inspector, St. John 

do Postmaster, Fredericton 

do do do 

do do St. John 

Telegrams to and from Post Office Inspector, St. John 

do do do 

do Postmaster, Fredericton 

do do St. John 

do do do 

Telephone messages for Post Office Inspector, St. John 

Commission to Postmasters upon Savings Bank business (15 mos. to 
30th June, 1890) 



Amount. 



Proportion of Postal Union expenses (12 mos. to 31st Dec, 1889). . . 
Rent of telephone at Inspector's Office, St. John (12 months to 30th 

Sept., 1890) 

Rent of telephone at Post Office, Fredericton (12 months to 31st 

July, 1890) 

Advance to pay expenses in connection with mail robbery at Camp- 

bellton 

Legal expenses in re Regina vs. Fisher and Farmer, sureties for late 

Postmaster, Portland 

To pay for special forms for cash remittances 

Printing Money Order forms 

Compensation for postage stamps and Post Office funds stolen from 

his office . . 



Compensation for post cards destroyed by fire 

do Post Office funds destroyed by fire 

do postage stamps destroyed by fire 

Allowance for acting Postmaster at Brigade Camp, St. Andrew's 
Gratuity for charge of mails at Chatham Junction (1 year to 31st 

March, 1890) * 

Gratuity for charge of mails at Fredericton Junction, (11 months 

to 31st March, 1890) 

Gratuity for charge of mails on Fredericton Branch Railway (18 

months to 31st March, 1890) 

Gratuity for charge of mails at McAdam Junction (2 years to 30th 

June, 1890) : . . 



Total 



8 cts. 

158 50 

28 22 

8 80 

334 G5 

21 30 
146 94 

1 32 
56 

30 16 

2 05 

1,133 86 

22 27 

35 00! 

20 00 

50 00 

91 801 
8 50 
8 501 

54 00 

75 

36 38 
12 00 

6 00 

25 00 

55 00 
30 00 

400 00 



$2,721 56 



W. II. Smithson, 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



Accountant. 



202 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA, &c. 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the 
Post Office Department in Manitoba and the North- West Territories, 
made within the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



W. W* McLeod, P.O.I. . 

\\. Hargrave, P.M 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

G. N.-W. Telegraph Co- 
do 
Post Office Savings Bank 

Director of the Interna- 
tional Postal Bureau . 
Bell Telephone Co 

Aikins, Culver, Patterson 
and McCleneghan 

do do 

IG. C. King • 

|W. C. Allen 

J. Sheppard 

! G. P. Bliss., . . , 

IJ. Walsh, in charge of 
Dead Letter Office . . 

master, Batoche . . 
do Oak Lake, 

do Peguis. . . . 

do Wascana . 



Particulars. 



Incidental expenses, Post Office Inspector, Winnipeg 

do Postmaster, Winnipeg 

Telegrams to and from Post Office Inspector, Winnipeg. 

do do 

do Postmaster, Winnipeg 

Commissions to Postmasters upon Savings Bank business (15 mos., to 
30th June, 1890) 

Proportion of Postal Union expenses (12 mos., to 31st Dec, 1889). . 

Rent of telephone at Post Office, Winnipeg (12 mos., to 30th Nov., 

1889) 

Legal services in connection with the arrest and committal for trial 

of W. J. Condron, accused of abstracting money from letters . . 

Legal services rendered in connection with the prosecution of J. B. 

Hart 

Conveying dutiable goods from Post Office to Custom House, Calgary 
do do • Port McLeod 

do do Winnipeg 

do do do 

Refund of money found in a dead letter and reclaimed, January, 

1890 

Arrears of forward allowance to 30th June, 1888 

Arrears of salary and forward allowance 

Arrears of forward allowance to 30th June, 1888 

Compensation for postage stamps destroyed by fire 

Total 



Amount. 


S cts. 


154 50 

107 75 

146 04 

3 71 

2 37 


68 13 


26 58 


50 00 


5 00 


22 50 
25 00 
95 00 
20 80 
13 00 


3 00 

10 00 

272 73 

42 00 

! 5 35 


$1,073 46 



H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



16—15 



203 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1895 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of thj 
Post Office Department, in British Columbia, made within the Yea 
ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



E. H. Fletcher, P.O.I 

J. C. Brown, P. M 

N. Shakespeare, P. M . . . 

C. P. Telegraph Co 

Victoria and Esquimault Tele- 
phone Co 

Post Office Savings Bank . . . 

Director of the International 

Postal Bureau 

J. Rooney 

H. B. Rogers 

J. Smith 

J. Miller... 

Postmaster, Golden 

do Revelstoke 

do Wellington 



Particulars. 



Incidental expenses, Post Office Inspector, Victoria 

do Postmaster, New Westminster 

do do Victoria 

Telegrams to and from Post Office Inspector, Victoria 

Rent of Telephone at Post Office, Victoria (9 mos. to 31st 
March, 1890) 

Commissions to Postmasters upon Savings Bank business (15 
mos. to 30th June, 1890) 

Proportion of Postal Union expenses (12 mos. to 31st Dec, 1889) 
Allowance while on special duty at Vancouver 

do do at Wellington 

Services as messenger in Post Office Inspector's Office, Victoria. 
Conveying dutiable goods from Post Office to Custom House, 

Vancouver 

Arrears of forward allowance (to 30th June, 1888) 

do salary (from 1st Oct., 1886, to 30th June, 1887) 

Compensation for money lost in transmission to bank 

Total 



Amount. 



•5 ct.j 

39 m 

48 (X; 

6 0(( 

132 31 



36 Olj 

306 8! , 

10 7, 
495 

12 OK 
120 01 

36 

48 
165 

829 <; 



$2,284 6 



W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 



204 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1S91 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Detail of all payments for Miscellaneous Disbursements on account of the 
Post Office Department, in Prince Edward Island, made within the Year 
ended 30th June, 1890. 



Name. 



F. de St. C. Brecken, P. M., 

and Asst. P. O. I 

Anglo American Telegraph Co 
V. 1 ■:. Island Telephone Co. . . 

Director of the International 

Postal Bureau 

P. E. Island Telephone Co . . 



do 



do 



J. D. Mason 

P. E. I. Steam Navigation Co 
Postmaster, O'Leary Station . 



Particulars. 



Incidental expenses, Charlottetown 

Telegrams to and from Postmaster, Charlottetown 

Telephone messages for do do 

Proportion of Postal Union expenses (12 mos. to 31st Dec, 1889) 
Rent of telephone at Post Office, Charlottetown (12 mos. to 31st 

Dec, 1889) 

Rent of telephone at Post Office, Summerside (6 mos. to 30th 

June, 1889) 

Special services in Post Office, Charlottetown 

Expenses in connection with P. E. Island mails (Season 1889). . 
Compensation for postage stamps destroyed by fire at his office. 

Total 



Amount. 



$ cts. 



178 50 
103 23 


2 60 


4 59 


42 50 


12 50 
200 00 

262 16 
60 00 



8866 08 



W. EL Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster-General. 






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205 



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Sessional Papers (No. L6.) 



A. 1891 



Analysis of the Money Order Business of the Dominion of Canada, for the 

Year ended 80th June, 1890. 



Total amount of Money Orders issued in Ontario 

do do Quebec 

do do Nova Scotia 

do d<» New Brunswick 

do do Manitoba 

do do North- West Territories 

do do British Columbia 

do do Prince Edward Island. 



No. of 

( tarders. 

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85, 159 

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Total number and amount of Money Orders issued 780,503 

il amount of Money Orders paid in Ontario 



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Prince Edward Island . . 



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510,005 32 
154,020 05 
338,934 09 
139,352 16 



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Savings Bank deposits received through Money Order Offices. 
do withdrawals paid do do 

Total amount of business transacted during the year. 



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780,955 XI 
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Nova Scotia ; 1,091,601 02 



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W. H. Smithson, 

Accountant. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



239 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Statement showing the losses sustained in collecting the Postal Revenue and 
conducting the Money Order and Savings Bank systems in the Dominion 
of Canada, brought to account during the Year ended 30th June, 1890. 



Postage stamps stolen from Appleton, Ont.. on 25th April, 1889 

I V «tage stamps destroyed by fire at Baldoon, Ont., on the 23rd July, 1889 

Postage stamps destroyed by fire at Big Fork, Ont., on the 17th June, 1889 

Postage stamps lost in transmission from Department, to Byng Inlet North, Ont., on the 

26th August, 1889 

Post office funds stolen from Camlachie, Ont., on the 5th July, 1889 

Postage stamps destroyed by fire at Fisherville, Ont., on the 15th December, 1889 

Post office funds lost in transmission from post office at Gorrie, Ont., to Bank of Montreal, 

Ottawa, on the 6th July, 1889 ( 

Post office funds lost in transmission from post office at Grand Valley, Ont., to the Bank of 

Montreal, Ottawa, on the 10th July, 1889 

Postage stamps destroyed by fire at Mountain Grove, Ont., on the 1st June, 1890 

Postage stamps stolen from Osceola, Ont., on the 29th June, 1889 

Money order funds stolen from Puslinch, Ont., on the 29th October, 1889 

Postage stamps and post office funds stolen from Renfrew, Ont., on 23rd April, 1889 

I '< m\ office funds stolen from Verona, Ont., on the 15th September, 1888 

Post office funds lost in transmission from post office at Wroxeter, Ont., to Bank of Montreal, 

( )tta\va, on 9th November, 1889 

Postage >tamps destroyed by fire at Danby, Que., on 7th April, 1890 

Postage stamps stolen from Johnville, Que., on 10th October, 1889 

Post office funds lost in transmission from the post office at Notre Dame du Laus, Que., on 

10th April, 1886 

Postage stamps destroyed by fire at St. Timothee Station, Que., on 17th February, 1890 

Postage stamps stolen from South Quebec, Que., on 2nd September, 1884 

Postage stamps stolen from Thurso, Que., on 13th April, 18S9 

Postage stamps stolen from Chester, N.S., on 9th ( October, 1S80 

Posl office funds stolen from tin- I as] >ector's Office, Halifax, N.S., on 2nd July, 1889 . 

Amount mailed '<■ postmaster, Halifax, N.S., by postmaster at Little River Middle Mus- 

quodoboit, X.S , in payment for postage stamps, and stolen en route on 10th June, 1889. . 

Posl office funds lost in transmission from post office at River Bourgeoise, N.S., to the Bank 

on 81 L January, 1*77 

Postage stamps and post office funds stolen from Alma, N.B., in December, 1881 

240 



I 54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Statement showing losses sustained in collecting Postal Revenue, &c. — Con. 



Postal cards destroyed by fire ;it Lower Turtle (heck, N.B., on loth January, 1890 

office funds destroyed by fire ;it Salmonhurst, N.B., in January, 1882 

Postage stamps destroyed by fire at Sheffield, N.B., on 9th May, 1890 

Postage stamps destroyed by fire at Wascana, Man., on 12th May, 1890 

Post office funds lost in transmission from post office at Wellington, B.C., to Bank of British 

Columbia, Victoria, B.C., on 15th July, 1889 

Postage stamps destroyed by fire at O'Leary Station, P.E.I., on 19th September. 1889 

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1,968 99 



W. H. Smithson, 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



Accountant. 



241 



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This letter was lost whilst in charge 
of a Railway Mail Clerk running- 
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Dover. Contents made good by 
the clerk in question. 

South Stukely Post Office was en- 
tered by burglars on the night of 
the 11th Sept., 1889, and this 
letter stolen. 

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alleged discrepancy. 

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sion that this letter was tam- 
pered with at the St. Alphonse 
Post Office. Loss made good by 
the Postmaster of that office. 

Shortage made good by the clerk 
in the Toronto Post Office who 
checked the contents of this let- 
ter which contained a remit- 
tance for the purchase of postage 
stamps, he being unwilling to 
make affidavit as to the amount 
received, and having neglected 
to preserve the cover of the let- 
ter. 

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alleged discrepancy. 

do do 


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Evidence of 

Loss or 
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do do . . 

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Stated to have been 
received without 
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Only $9 stated to 
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Stated to have been 
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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Statement of Letters received at the Dead Letter Office, Canada, during the 

showing how such Dead 



Table No. 1. — Showing the number of letters of all 



Number received. 



Dead Letters :— 

Returned from Great Britain ; (of these were registered 267) 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



United States ( do 
Newfoundland ( do 
New South Wales ( do 
Victoria ( do 
Mexico ( do 
Barbadoes ( do 
Queensland ( do 
New Zealand ( do 
Other colonies and foreign countries 
(of these were registered 



2,560) 
1) 
1) 
2) 

2) 
- 

4) 

2) 



(2,840) 



Less — Registered, accounted for below. 



Returned from Post Offices in Canada, classified as 
follows : — 

Registered Letters on hand on 30th June, 1889 

do in hands of Postmasters on 30th 

June, 1889. 

do received during the year ended 
30th June, 1890 (including those 
of foreign origin) 



Letters found to contain value and recorded, on hand 
30th June, 1889 

Letters found to contain value and recorded, in hands 
of Postmasters, 30th June, 1889 

Letters found to contain value and recorded, received 
during the year ended 30th June, 1890 



Ordinary Dead Letters originating in Canada : — 

On hand, 30th June, 1889 

Received during the year ended 30th June, 1890 



Ordinary Dead Letters originating in other countries re- 
ceived during the year ended 30th June, 1890 

I >ead Letters with printed addresses of senders 

do official franks 

Returned Dead Letters, i.e., Letters, sent out from Dead 
Letter ( Office and again returned unclaimed 

Dead Books, Parcels, &c. : — 

On hand. 30th June, 1889 

Receivea during the year ended 30th June, 1890 

Circulars. Postal Cards, &c 



( farried Forward, 



334 
329 

16,229 



135 



3,329 



1,496 
218,716 



3,305 
21,147 



10,443 

98,281 

727 

170 

140 

101 

88 

69 

67 

210 



110,296 
2,840 



16,892 



3,750 



220,212 

105,085 

35,858 

9,679 

67,302 



24,452 

256,275 



274 



107,456 



20,642 



718,863 



846,961 



846,961 



f)l Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Sear ended 30th June, 1890, and of their contents, valuable or otherwise, 
Letters have been disposed of. 



kinds received, with the disposition made of them. 



How disposed of. 



Dead Letters:— 

Returned to Great Britain, including all foreign 
letters not enumerated below ; (of these were 
registered 575) 

Returned to the United States ; (of these were 
registered 

Returned to Newfoundland ; (of these were regis- 
tered 

Returned to New South Wales ; (of these were re- 
gistered 

Returned to Victoria ; (of these werer egistered 

do New Zealand ( do ... 

do Japan ( do 

do Queensland ( do 

do Other colonies and foreign countries ; 
(of these were registered 



(992) 



Letters of British, colonial or foreign origin remain- 
ing on hand, 30th June, 1890 ; of these were 
registered (33) 

Registered Letters returned to writers, including those of 
foreign origin 

do in hands of Postmasters 

do failed of delivery to writers, owing to 
refusal to redeem, want of address, 
&c, found to be of no value and 
destroyed 

do in Dead Letter Office awaiting claim. . 

Letters found to contain value returned to writers 

do do in hands of Postmasters. . . 
do do in Dead Letter Office await- 
ing claim 



Ordinary Dead Letters returned to writers 

do do with printed addresses returned 

to senders 

do do returned to Government Depart- 
ments 

do do without signatures or postmarks, 

accounts, &c. , destroyed 

Returned Dead Letters destroyed 



Dead Books, Parcels, &c, returned to senders 

do do of no value disposed of 

do do disposed of by auction sale .... 

do do remaining in Dead Letter Office 



Circulars, Post Cards, 
posed of 



&c, destroyed or otherwise dis- 



Carried forward 



275 



10,237 
171 



5,075 
809 



3,271 
100 

379 



124,540 
07,302 



10,034 

4,578 

2,877 

363 



22,072 

80,085 

574 



1,020 



10,892 



3,750 



203,122 

35,858 

9,079 

191,848 

24,452 

250,275 



105,085 



20,042 



721,234 



840,901 



840,901 



54 Victoria, 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Statement of Letters received at the Dead Letter Office, Canada 



Table No. 1 — Showing the Number of Letters of all kind* 



Number received. 



Brought forward. 



Special Letters, classified as fellows : — 

Registered Letters on hand on 30th June, 1889 

do in hands of Postmasters, 30th June, 1889 

do received for better address, postage, &c. 



Letters found to contain value and recorded : — 

On hand 30th June, 1889 

In hands of Postmasters on 30ch June, 1889. 
Received for better address, postage, &c 



Ordinary letters on hand on 30th June, 1889. 
do received for postage 



do 



do 



better address. 



Drop letters received for postage 

Letters for foreign countries on hand on 30th June, 1889 . 

do do received as unpaid or short 

paid 



Returned Dead Letters received . . 

Postal Cards received for postage . 

do do address. 



Circulars received for postage, 
do do address. 



Books, Parcels, &c. : — 

On hand on 30th June, 1889, received in that and 

previous years 

Received for postage, better address or not claimed. 
(Of these 1,109 contained enclosures contrary to 
law) 



Carried forward. 



114 

70 
2,918 



114 
24 

925 



379 
17,433 



57b- 



3,102 



1,063 



17,812 
11,412 



182 
11,952 



5,041 
4,290 



741 

713 



3,309 
7,220 



4,165 



29,224 

5,652 



12,134 
3,085 



9,337 
1,454 

10,529 



846,961 



922, 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16. 



A. 1891 



during the Year ended 30th June, 1890, &c. — Continued. 



;eived, with tho disposition made of thorn — Continued. 



I low disposed of. 



Brought forward. 



cial Letters :— 

Registered Letters returned to writers or forwarded to 

address 

Registered Letters in hands of Postmasters 

do unsigned and of no value, destroyed in 

consequence of the inability of the 

Department to return or deliver . . . 

do in Dead Letter Office awaiting claim. . 

Letters found to contain value, returned to writers or for- 
warded to address 

Letters found to contain value, in hands of Postmasters.. . 
do do in Dead Letter Office await- 
ing claim 



Ordinary letters received for postage : — 

Returned to writers 

Forwarded to address 

Destroyed in consequence of the inability of the De- 
partment to return or deliver 

Remaining on hand on 30th June, 1890 



Ordinary letters received for better address : — 

Returned to writers 

Forwarded to address 

Destroyed in consequence of the inability of the De- 
partment to return or deliver 



Drop letters received for postage : — 

Returned to writers 

Forwarded to address 

Destroyed in consequence of the inability of the De- 
partment to return or deliver 



Letters for foreign countries : — 

Returned to writers 

Forwarded to address 

Destroyed in consequence of the inability of the De- 
partment to return or deliver 

Remaining on hand on 30th June, 1890 



Returned Dead Letters destroyed 

Postal Cards received for postage, returned to writers or 
forwarded to address 

Postal Cards received for postage, destroyed in conse- 
quence of the inability of the Department to return 
or deliver . . 



Postal Cards received for better address, returned to writers 
or forwarded to address 

Postal Cards received for better address, destroyed in con- 
sequence of the inability of the Department to return 
or deliver .... 



Carried forward . 



277 



2,934 
41 



39 



990 
16 

57 



9,567 
6,797 

1,117 
331 



8,799 
465 

2,148 



1,738 
3,303 
2,003 
2,293 



3,102 



1,063 



17,812 



11,412 



4,184 
655 

813 



4,300 
7,413 

164 

257 



5,041 



4,296 



846,961 



4,165 



29,224 



5,652 



12,134 
3,085 



9,33/ 



63,597 



846,961 






54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.' 



A. 1891 



Statement of Letters received at the Dead Letter Office, Canada 



Table No. 1. — Showing the Number of Letters of all kindf 



Number received. 



Brought forward. 



922,541 



Grand Total. 



922,541 



su: 

Letters on hand on the 30th June, 1889, including those in hands of Postmasters 10, 

Dead Letters received 841,( 

Special Letters received 71, 



922,54 



JOHN WALSH, 

Superintendent 



278 



51 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No, L6.) 



A. 1891 



during the Year (Muled 30th June, 1890, &c. — Concluded, 



received, with the disposition made of them — Concluded. 



Ilnu disposed of. 



Brought forward. 



IhBciAL Letters -Concluded. 

Circulars received for postage, returned to senders. 



do 
do 



do 



do 



destroyed , 



received for better address, returned to senders 

or forwarded to address 

received for better address, destroyed 



Books, Parcels, &c, held for postage, address, enclosures, 
or not called for, returned to senders 

Books, Parcels, &c, held for postage, address, enclosures, 
or not called for, sent to address 

Books, Parcels, &c., disposed of by auction sale 

Books, Parcels, &c, held for postage, address, enclosures, 
or not called for, destroyed, being of no value and the 
Department being unable to deliver or return 

Books, Parcels, &c, held for postage, address, enclosures, 
or not called for, remaining on hand (including balance 
of previous years) on 30th June, 1890 



Grand Total. 



445 
296 



300 
413 



741 



13 



1,085 



3,000 
363 



3,895 
1,586 



63,597 



1,454 



10,529 



846,961 



75,580 



922,541 



J AMY. 

)ead Letters disposed of , 844,113 

Ipecial Letters disposed of 73,204 

jetters on hand 30th June, 1890, including those in hands of Postmasters 5,224 



922,541 

WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster Genera I. 



279 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 18911 



Table No. 2. — Showing the number of Letters received containing Money oi 
other enclosures of value; the amount and nature of their contents; thJ 
number of such Letters delivered during the Year, and the numbei 
remaining undelivered. 



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ft 



4,271 

52 

6 

453 

4 

269 

664 

45 

14 

356 

655 

7 

25 

575 

397 

20 

64 

63 
1 
7 
1 
6 
1 
2 

26 

19 
2 
1 
1 
1 
4 
4 
1 
1 
5 
1 
3 
2 
1 

1 
1 

2 
1 
1 

L2 
6 

11 
4 

16 
4 

11 
1 
2 



Nature of Contents. 



Money (including $9.56 enclosed in letters 

under other heads) 

Bills of Exchange 

Bonds 

Cheques 

Coupons , 

Drafts 

Money Orders 

Orders 

Passage Certificates 

Promissory Notes 

Receipts 

Stock Certificates 

Various Certificates 

Registered Letters sent to Dead Letter Office, 

London, England 

Registered Letters sent to Dead Letter 

Office, Washington, U.S. A 
Registered Letters sent to Dead Letter 

Offices, other countries 

Deeds 

Documents 
Certificates 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



of Value 

-A. O. U. W 

Baptism 

Bai*risters 

Birth 

Builders Association 

Canada Mutual Aid Ass'n. 

Character 

Church Membership 

Collegiate Institute 

Commercial Traveller. ... 

Death 

Endowment 

Entrance Examination. . . . 

Forresters 

General Proficiency 

Grain Inspector 

I .().(). E 

Infantry 

[nsurance 

I aspector of Weights 

Knights of Labour 

Lacnine Boating Club 

Land Purchase 

Law Society 

Locomotive Fireman .... 

Lunacy 

Marriage 

Masonic 

Medical... 

Membership 

Montreal Hoard of Trade.. 

( Grange 

( Ownership 

Partnership 

P. <). Registration 



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$ cts. 

18,393 02 

19,565 60 

11 02 

61,156 29 

8,075 48 
41,815 92 
11,758 80 

1,839 44 

577 63 

67,799 70 

74,714 13 

4,295 00 

3,380 53 






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280 



3,925 

47 

6 

441 

4 

257 

624 

41 

12 

342 

620 

7 

24 

575 

397 

20 

60 

59 

1 

6 

1 

5 

1 

2 

20 

15 

2 

1 

1 

1 

4 

4 

1 



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221 
3 



Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1(1.) 



A. 1891 



Table No. 2. — Showing the number of Letters received containing Money 
or other enclosures of value, etc. — Continued, 



Hi?' 

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A 


Nature of Contents. 


Value of contents of 
Letters received 
during the Year 
ended 30th June, 
1890. 


No. of Letters de- 
livered of those 
received during 
the Year ended 
30th June. 1890. 


No. of Letters unde- 
livered on 3<>th 
June, IS! H>, and 
now lying un- 
claimed inD.L.O. 


No. of Letters unde- 1 
livered on 30th 
June. 1800, and 
now in hands of 
Postmasters await- 
ing claim. 


1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

11 
7 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
4 
1 
2 

12 

17 
I 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

21 
2 
1 
1 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
4 
2 
1 
8 
1 
3 
5 
2 
2 
1 
1 


Certificate — Railway Section For< man 


$ cts. 


1 
1 
1 

1 






do Railway Ticket Agent 








do Registrar 








do Royal Arcanum 








do School Promotion 




1 
1 




do Seamen 




1 
1 
1 

11 
7 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
3 
1 
2 

12 

16 
1 
4 
1 
2 
2 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 

18 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 




do Surrogate Court 

do Tax Collector 










do Teachers 








do Templars 








do Title of Land 








do Tract Society 








do Transfer of Stock 








do Typographical Union 








do Yorkshire Flying Club 




" 1 




Abstracts 






Accident Insurance Ticket 






Account Books 








Affidavits 












1 




Application for Grant 






do Insurance 








do Loan 








do Permit 








Assignments 






1 


Baggage Checks 






Bank Returns 








Base ball Contract 








Bead Work 








Bill of Sale 








Books 




3 




do of Reference 






Bracelet (Gold Plated) 








do (Metallic) 








Brooches (Gilt) 




5 




do (Pearl) 






Buggy Pins 








Butter Knife 




1 
1 




Buttons 








Cap 




1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
2 




Chains (Gilt) 




1 




Charter Party 






Cigars 








Cigar Case 








Contracts 








Copper and Zinc 








Cotton Handkerchiefs 




1 
1 




Coupons 

Crochet Work 








4 
1 
1 
5 
1 
2 
4 
2 
1 




Cuff Buttons (Gilt) 




1 




do (Pearl) 






Declarations 






3 


Diamond Ring 






Diamond Shirt Studs 




1 
1 




Diplomas 






Discharge — Seamen 






do Soldiers 






1 


Dog Collar (Gilt) 




1 


Dominion Land Grant .... 




1 
2 




2 


Ear-drums 









281 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16. 



A. 1891 



Table No. 2. — Showing the number of Letters received containing Money orl 
other enclosures of value, &c. — Continued. 



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1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
6 
8 
1 
1 
1 
6 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
V.) 
1 
3 
1 
9 
75 
2 
14 
3 
2 
6 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 

121 
7 
1 
2 
6 
1 
1 

101 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

2 
1 

1 

31 

1 



Galvanic Belt 

do Liver Pad 

Glass Eye 

trloves 

Gold Dust 

Gold Jewellery — Beads 



Ear-rings (Gilt) 

Elastic Knee Cap 

Electric Inhaler 

Excursion Ticket 

False Teeth 

Fancy Pins (Gilt) 

do Stationery 

do Work 

Finger Rings (Gilt) 

do (Gold Plated). 

Flannel 

Foreign Post Cards 

do Stamps 

Fountain Pens 

Furs 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

< rold Leaf 

Gold Quartz 

Gold Spoon 

Gun Shells 

Hair Chain 

Heather 

Illustrated Papers, &c 
Insurance! Policies. . . . 

Keys. 



Bracelets 

Brooches 

Chain 

Cuff Buttons . . 
Ear Drops . . . 

Ear-rings 

Finger Rings . 

Lockets 

Pins 

Spectacles . . . 

Studs 

Watches 

Watch Case. . . 
Watch Charm. 



Lady's Work Box 

Lamp Mats 

Leases 

r < doves 

do Mitts 

Legal I >ocuments 

Letter Bill 

Libel for I >ivorce 

Licenses, Pedlar 

Lift Membership Ticket 

Linen < lollars 

do I [anderchiefs 

Liquid (Bottle of) 

Locket and ( 'hain ((Jilt). . 

Lot bery Tickets 

Machinery 



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.2 © 

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$ cts. 



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2 
119 

5 
1 
2 
6 
1 
1 

95 
1 
1 
2 
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55 



282 






Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



■Showing the Number of Letters received containing Money 
or other enclosures of value, &c — Continual. 



?ABI,E NO. 2.- 



oeived during- the 
ended 30th 
June, 1890. 


Nature of ( 'ontents. 


Value of contents of 
Letters received 

during the 1 
ended 30th June, 
1890. 


No. of Letters 'de- 
livered of those re- 
ceived during the 
Year ended 30th 
June, 1890. 


No. of Letters unde- 
livered on 30th 
June, 1890, and 
now lying un- 
claimed in D.L.O. 


No. Of Letters unde- 
livered on 30th 
June, 1890, and 
now in hands 
Postmasters await- 
ing claim. 


1 




S cts. 


1 
1 
1 
1 






1 


Manicure Set 








1 


Manuscript 








1 


Medals, Bronze 








1 






1 




1 


do North West 




1 

1 

16 

3 




1 


d© Victoria Cross 








16 










3 










1 






1 




1 


Moccasins 




1 
22 

4 
64 

2 
2 
1 




23 


Mortgages 






1 


4 


do Discharge of 

Music Books 








(54 






2 










2 








1 


Oddfellows Jewel 








2 


do Scarf Pins 




2 




1 


Oxidized Silver Brooch 




1 
1 

1 
1 

12 
2 
1 
1 
8 
4 
1 
1 
4 

26 
1 
2 
3 
1 
3 
6 
8 
1 
3 




1 


Painted Placque 








1 










1 


do Knife 








14 


Pass Books, Bank 




2 




2 


do Building and Loan 

Pass Books — Collectors 






1 






1 


do Forresters 








8 


do Savings Bank 








5 


do Store 




1 




1 


Patent 






1 


Pearls 








4 


Permits — Hav (to cut) 








20 


do Liquor 








1 


do Railway 








2 


do Timber 








3 


Photos 








1 


Picnic Ticket 








3 


Pipes 








G 


Plans 








10 


Powers of Attorney 




1 


1 


1 


Prayer Book 






3 


Probate of Wills 








2 


Protests 




2 




1 


Purse 




1 
4 
22 
2 
1 
1 
3 




4 


Railway Passes 








25 


do Tickets 




2 


1 


2 


Receipt Books 






1 


Record Book 








1 


Registered Letter Returns 








3 


Releases .... 








2 


Revolvers 




2 




2 






2 

1 
1 

1 
2 

1 
1 
1 




1 


Rosary Bea^s 








1 


Rubber Coat 








1 


Rules and Regulations 








2 

1 
1 


Saving Bank Withdrawal Notices 








Scarf Pins (Gilt) 




1 




Schedule 






School Returns 










16—20 



283 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 16/ 



A. 1891 



-Showing the number of Letters received containing Money or 
other enclosures of value, &c. — Continued. 



Table ]S"o. 2. 



7- U 

•sis g 

•5 5 a 

C ur^ 



1 

29 

1 
1 
6 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

15 
2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
2 
1 
1 
3 
5 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
3 

23 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
6 
2 
1 
J 
1 
4 
9 

9,172 



16,636 



Nature of Contents. 



1i \A Ti CD ■ 
> 



Silk 

do Handkerchiefs 

do Socks 

Silver Jewellery — Bracelet. 



do Brooches 

do Chains 

do Finger Ring 

do Monogram 

do Necklace 

do Ornament (Miniature). 

do Pencil 

do Scent Bottle 

do Watches 



Silver Napkin Rings. . 

do Sheeting 

Spectacles , 

Spirit Level 

Statements of Claim . . 
Steamboat Tickets. . . . 

Stockings , . 

Stock Book 

Subpoenas 

Summons 

Sun-dial Compass 
Surgical Instrument . . 
Tea (Package of) 

Tobacco 

do Pouches 

Transfers of Property . 
Unopened Letters 

do Packet 

Views 

Watch Chain (Gilt)... 
Watches, Gilt 

do Nickel 

Watch, Metal 

do Works 

Wilis 

Woollen Cuff a 

do Goods 

do Jacket 

Mitts 

Socks 



do 
do 

Writs . 



Add to bbese ordinary Registered Letters not 
enumerated above, and Letters containing 
value not enumerated above, which have 
been returned, forwarded or otherwise dis- 
posed of, as shown in Table I 



$ cts. 



313,382 56 



5^ 



32 fir 

*« *- P % 2 



-3 of* Ha 



J, 561 



14,586 



i^l! so 

£ - © bcQ 

° 5 s la 



392 



941 












HH S- 2 



5 * 

3 o 

1-5 S 



U 

O ^0 

Ph. 



219 



109 



284 



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54 Victoria 



Sessional Papers (No. 16.) 



A. 1891 



Fable No. 2 — Showing the Dumber of Letters received containing Money or other 

enclosures of v;ilue, &C. — ( 'uncluded. 



i oeiv- 
ed during the Yeai 
ended 30th June, 
1890. 


Nature of ( lontents. 


Value of contents of 
Letters r ec e i \ e d 
during the Year 
ended 30th June. 
1890. 


No. of Letters de- 
livered of th"- 
ceived during the 
Year ended 30th 
June, 1890. 


No. of Letters unde- 
livered on 30th 
June, 1890, and now 
bring unclaimed in 
1). L. 0. 


No. of Letters unde- 
livered on 30th 
June,1890,and now 
in hands of 1 

masters awaiting 
claim. 




Grand Total of Letters containing value dis- 
posed of 


$ cts. 


23,147 
1,333 

328 


1,333 


328 




(i rand Total of Letters unclaimed in Dead 
Letter Branch 








Grand Total of Letters in hands of Postmas- 
ters 














24, SOS 


24,808 





310 letters remained in hands of Postmasters on 30th June, 1889, and all of these have since been 
satisfactorily accounted for. 



WILLIAM WHITE, 



John Walsh, 

Superintendent. 



Deputy Postmaster General. 



285 



Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. 1891 



ANNUAL STATEMENT, 1889-90. 



PRINTING AND SUPPLY. 

The Honourable 

The Postmasteb General. 

Sir, I have the honour to submit for your information and approval the annua] statement in detail of 
thr Printing and Supply Branch of this Department for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1890. 

The results for the year 1888 89 and L889 90 as exhibited by the appended tables show that while the 
total cost of all classes of stores dealt with by the Printing and Supply Branch fell from $111,593.95 in 
p88 89 to $102,975.73 in 1889 90 a decrease of $8, (518. 22— the increase in the volume of work done by the 
Branch nevertheless kept pace with the general expansion of the business of the Postal Service generally 
during the latter period. 

Printing, Binding, Lithographing, Jbc. 

Quantity. Cost. 

1889-90 23,753,654 1888-89 $58,407 64 

1888-89 17,842,650 1889-90 45,955 70 



Increase, 1889-90 5,911,004 Decrease, 1889-90 $12,451 94 

Consequent upon the changes and improvements which marked the year 1889-90 appertaining to the 
working of some particular features of the outside service, certain of the old forms and envelopes that had 
survived their usefulness, and others that had become obsolete, were superseded by new ones, notably the 
ordinary letter bill, and the ordinary registered letter bill and acknowledgment ; also the railway registered 
letter bill, together with the ordinary railway letter bill. Prior to last year the latter two bills had been 
specially printed in a variety of forms and colours designed to distinguish from each other every railway 
and branch railway in the Dominion, thereby involving a heavy extra cost for printing, ink and paper. 
The new bills being of uniform size, quality of paper and colour, and in a form common to all railways in 
Canada, are printed in larger quantities than before and held in stock for issue on demand to all postal 
divisions in the Dominion at a great economy of time and expense. 

The more general application, as time passes, of this principle in dealing with all printed articles, the 
exercise of constant care, with a view to keeping the reserve stock within, yet up to the ever-increasing but 
fluctuating requirements of the service (rendered possible by closer concentration of the staff, and better 
subdivision of the work, through improved facilities afforded in a measure by the new quarters occupied 
during the past year), the decrease last year in the number of books furnished as compared with 1888-89, 
when the change in the financial system of the Department was provided for, and the establishment of the 
Government Printing Bureau all contributed to the reduction noted in the cost of printing, binding, 
&c, for 1889- 90. 

New envelopes of a pattern designed to ensure greater security were introduced during the year for 
registered packages, and initiatory steps were taken for the adoption of the safety envelopes known as the 
"express "or " double flap " pattern, for use throughout the service for all letters containing money or 
articles of value. 

Stationery. 
Quantity. Cost. 

1889-90 489,746 1889-90 $14,467 24 

1888-89 458,884 1888-89 14,168 26 



Increase, 1889-90 30,862 Increase, 1889-90 $ 298 98 

During the year the issue of plain stationery and penknives to the inside and outside service was dis- 
continued by Order in Council, resulting in a slight decrease in the expenditure in that respect, but this 
decrease was offset by the normal annual increase for other classes of stationery. 

Reference should also be made under this head to the undermentioned amounts expended for twine 
and baskets (ordinarily classed as stationery) for outlying Provinces, and charged to " tradesmen's bills " : — 
1888-89, $527.20; 1889-90, $517.90 ; a decrease of $9.30. 

Mail Bags and Labels. 

Quantity. Cost. 

1889-90 28,767 1889-90 $17,707 41 

1888-89 27,598 1888-89 13,467 67 



Increase, 1889-90 1,169 Increase, 1889-90 $ 4,239 74 

In order to the increased security of the bag fastenings steps were taken for superseding as soon as 
practicable the old with a new system of fastening — for registered purposes the red striped bag fitted with 
the new combined "bolt and wax seal cup " fastening taking the place of the "lead seal " lock, while for 
ordinary mail matter the " bolt and brass lock " fastening replaced the " strap and staple " padlock fasten- 
ing, the new fastening in each case having by actual test proved its superiority. 

The newspaper sacks hitherto closed with the " cord and grommet " fastening are for the future to be 
provided with a "slip clasp and cord" fastening, being a more rapidly closed and secure fastening, and 
generally accepted by practical post office men as the best known for these sacks. Combined with these 
new fastenings all bags will now be provided with an "iron slip label case " permanently attached thereto, 
with which will be used an inexpensive cardboard label. The adoption of this label case and label 

287 
16—21 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 16.) A. 1891 



is intended to supersede the multifarious and expensive labels and tags hitherto generally in use, and 
to result in a considerable saving to the Department, while at the same time increasing the efficiency of the 
service, so that it is not too much to say that this Department is now, or shortly will be, equipped with 
bag fastenings and labels second to none extant. 

The Customs Department called for, and was supplied with, during the year 969 special blue linen bags, 
at a cost of 11,594.60, for use exclusively in connection with dutiable mail matter. 

The introduction of all these new bags and fastenings explains the increase for 1889- 90 for this class of 
supplies, though it may be noted that a decrease of $688.53 occurred in the year for the "repair of mail 
bags." 

Letter Canters' Uniforms. 

Quantity. Cost. 

1888-89 5,930 1889-90 $14,043 93 . 

1889-90 3,914 1888-89 12,288 30 



Decrease, 1889-90 2,016 Increase, 1889-90 $ 1,755 63 

By reason of delay incurred through the necessity for the return, after receipt, to the then contractor 
for clothing, of many garments for alterations, the fiscal year 1888-89 had closed before the accounts for 
uniforms for the summer of 1889 were finally passed for payment ; hence a large proportion of the cost of 
the same became chargeable against 1889-90. The decrease under the head of quantity is attributable to 
the adoption of the " contract" system for the supply of uniforms, inclusive of the issue of buttons, mono- 
grams and numbers, which had previously been furnished to the several clothing makers from this Branch. 
A marked change for the better has resulted by the change of contractors, both in the quality of material 
and fit of the different articles of uniform furnished, the improved appearance of the Carriers on duty and 
the increased comfort afforded .the men attesting this. 

Stamping Material, Scales and Weights, &c. 

Quantity. Cost. 

1888-89 335,748 1888-89 $12,734 88 

1889-90 195,759 1889-90 10,283 55 



Decrease, 1889-90 139,989 Decrease, 1889-90 $ 2,451 33 

The decrease in cost under this head may be principally accounted for as follows : Most, if not all of the 
older class of post offices having previously been put in possession of scales and weights, the supply from 
time to time of these articles to newly established offices, offices destroyed by fire, &c, only had to be pro- 
vided for in 1889-90. 

Since the introduction of the existing financial system the rule has obtained that as a condition of 
payment of the same, the Postmaster's " Salary Warrant " shall bear the impression of the office dated 
stamp. This necessitated the supply of such a stamp to every Postmaster not previously supplied, and 
caused an increased demand for this article in 1888-89, but this special demand having been met,' 
the supply for 1889-90 reverted to the normal condition, causing a decrease in this item. 

In conformity with the practice obtaining in England and elsewhere, the issue of a special stamp for) 
obliterating postage stamps was discontinued and the office dated stamp made to serve the purpose of post-j 
marking and dating the letters and at the same time of defacing the stamps, resulting in a saving of time! 
and in the cancelling of postage stamps, without involving the cost to the Department as heretofore of the! 
supply of the obliterating stamp. 

With a view to preventing the accumulation of unused mail locks a circular was sent to Inspectors and 
Postmasters recalling all the surplus locks lying in their offices, resulting in the return to this Branch of! 
about 4,000 locks, thereby rendering unnecessary the purchase of so many locks as in the previous year. 

The decrease in quantity is chiefly accounted for by the substitution of the new registered bag fastening; 
for the "rivet seal" lock — the quantity of the former corresponding exactly with the number of bags, 
obtained, whilst that of the latter was limited only by the frequency of use of each bag fitted with thej 
rivet seal lock. 

Street letter boxes of anew and improved pattern were introduced during the year and a nuinboi 
issued in that period to Quebec and other cities, to replace old and defective boxes, and for use at ne\vj 
points to meet the extension of the service. These new boxes are fitted with a patent inside dial pi ate, J 
winch indicates the hours of collection, and also whether the boxes are emptied of their contents at thej' 
appointed hours. While an increased expenditure has been temporarily involved by replacing the. old with' 
these new and superior boxes, the latter will in the end prove to be the cheaper, for the reason thatll 
the lock is furnished as a permanent part of the new box without extra charge, but in the case of the oldf 
box the use of a separate padlock was necessary at a special cost. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



'o.st Office Department, Canada, 

Printing and Suppli Branch, 

Ottawa, 15th August, 1890. 



SIDNEY SMITH, 

Superintendent. 



288 



51 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 1(5.) 



A. 1891 



BiNERAL Summary of payments made for Printing i Stationery, Mail Bags, Letter 
Carrier^ filiform, Stamping Material, Scales find Weights, due., supplied to the 
Department at Ottawa, and to the differenl Provinces of the Dominion, through 
the Printing and Suppfj Branch, Poet Office Department, from 1st July, L889, 
to 30th June, L890. 



tnting, Binding. Lithographing, &c : — 

Queen's Printers Accounts, Civil Government (Contingencies, inside service). 

Queen's Printer's Accounts, outsidt service 

ktionery : — 

.Stationery Office Accounts, Civil Government (Contingencies, inside service). 

Stat Lonery ( Office Accounts, outsidt st rvice 

Otlur Accounts, outsidt st rvict 



Twine and Sorting Baskets (charged under head of "tradesmen's bills"). 

Mail Bags and Labels 

r ( Jarriers' Uniforms 

Stamping- Material, Scales and Weights, &c 



Total . 



$ cts. 

in, (is: i 82 
36,865 ss 



2,955 It 
11,349 7<) 

102 40 



s cts. 



15,955 70 



14,407 24 
517 90 
17,707 41 
14,043 93 
10,283 55 



102,975 73 



a b Not shewn above — 

Printing, <tv., for M. O. Branch, Civil Government (Contingencies, inside service) 

obtained by requisition from that Branch direct to Queen's Printer $ 1,027 53 

Printing, tfcc, for S. B. Branch do do 2,478 80 



Stationer}/ for M. O. Branch 
Stationery for S. B. Branch 



do 
do 



Stationery Office 
do 



do 
do 



% 104 45 
218 48 



-$ 3,500 39 



322 93 



a Advertising 












• 


$ 3,829 32 
$ 0,873 03 








* Contract for Carriers' clothing terminate 
entered upon 5th February, 1890. Contract f 
with terms. 

Sidney Smith, 

Superintendent 

Statement shewing the transactio 
from 1st July, 


d, owing to failure to comply with terms. New contract 
_>r Carriers' boots terminated, owing to failure to comply 

WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 


us in connection with Printing, Binding, &c, 
1889, to 30th June, 1890. 


_ _ ! 


Forms. 


Envelopes 


Books. 


Cards 

and 
Labels. 


Writing 

Paper 

(reams.) 


Miscel- 
laneous . 


Value. 




Balance in Stock, 30th June, 1889. 
taken over from Savings Bank 

( 1 '-ranch 

ved from Queen's Printer 

Total 


2,209,878 

198,089 
18,419,121 


1,325,383 

132,000 

2,475,775 


4,798 

54,523 

22,387 


398,704 

420 
2,816,556 


201£ 




$ cts. 
12,555 98 

1,222 00 


23H 


19,583 


45,955 70 


20,887,088 


3,933,158 


81,708 


3,215,740 


432f 


19,583 


59,733 08 


413,379 
14,230,300 


515.750 
1,750,100 


2,832 
24,175 


43,712 
2,309,513 


95 
lOGf 


19,059 


3 079 X5 


do Outside service 


524 11,390 33 


Total issue 




14,049,745 


2,271,850 


27,007 


2,413,225 


201f 


19,583 44,470 18 


lete Articles destroyed 


020,299 




1,207 


370 




1,184 57 








ice in Stock, 30th June, 1890. 


5,011,044 


1,661,302 


53,434 


802,145 


231 


14,078 93 



Sidney Smith, 

Superintendent. 



289 



WILLIAM WHITE, 

Deputy Postmaster- General. 



54 Victoria. 



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A. 1891 



ANNUAL REPORT 



DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 



FOR THE YEAR 



1890. 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF PARLIAMENT. 




OTTAWA: 

PRINTED BY BROWN CHAMBERLIN, PRINTER TO THE QUEEN'S MOST 

EXCELLENT MAJESTY. 

1891. 



54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 17.) 



A. 1891 



His Excellency the Right Honourable Lord Stanley of Preston, Governor General 
of Canada, &c. } &c. 

[ay it Please Your Excellency: 

The Undersigned has the honour to lay before Youi- Excellency the Report of 
the transactions of the Department of the Interior for the year ending 31st October, 
1890. 

Respectfully submitted, 

E. DEWDNEY, 

Minister of the Interior. 



Ottawa, 3rd March, 1891. 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 17.) A. 180 1 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Report of the Deputy of the Minister of the Interior ... - ix 

PAET I.— DOMINION LANDS. 

Keport of IT. H. Smith, Commissioner of Dominion Lands - 3 

do Wm. Pearce, Superintendent of Mines 11 

do J. M. Gordon, Inspector of Dominion Lands Agencies - - 1G 

Annual statement of business transacted at the several Local 
Land agencies in Manitoba, the North-West Territories and 
British Columbia ........ 18 

do G. U. Ryley, Clerk of Timber, Mineral and Grazing Lands - - 19 

Schedule showing names of Lessees of Grazing Lands, and areas 

covered by Leases -------- 22 

Statement of ."Receipts on account of Crown Timber - - 21 

Statement of Keceipts on account of Grazing, Hay and Mineral 

Lands ----------- 25 

A.-— Statement showing Keceipts on account of Timber, Graz- 
ing, Hay and Mineral Lands, commencing with the Depart- 
mental year 1872-73 and ending 31st October, 1890 - - 2G 

B. — Statement showing Receipts on account of Timber, Grazing, 
Hay and Mineral Lands, commencing with fiscal year 
1872-73 and ending 31st October, 1890 - 27 

do E. F. Stephenson, Crown Timoer Agent, Winnipeg ... 28 

Statement of Keceipts at Crown Timber Office, Winnipeg - 30 

Statement showing saw-mills operating under License in Mani- 
toba, Keewatin and Assiniboia ------ 31 

Summary of correspondence and transactions at Crown Timber 

Office, Winnipeg 33 

do Thos. Anderson, Crown Timber Agent, Edmonton - - 34 

Statement of Keceipts at Crown Timber Office, Edmonton - 35 

Statement showing saw-mills operating under License in the 

Edmonton Agency -------- 30 

Statement of correspondence and transactions at Crown Timber 

Office, Edmonton ...... - 37 

Statement of Keceipts at Crown Timber Office, Calgary 38 

Statement showing saw-mills operating under license in the 

Calgary Agency --------- 39 

Statement of Keceipts at Crown Timber Office, Prince Albert - 40 

Statement showing saw-mills operating under License in the 

Prince Albert Agency -------- 41 

Statement of correspondence and transactions at Crown Timber 

Office, Prince Albert ------ 42 



5 4 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 17.) A. 1891 



Report of T. S. Higginson, Crown Timber Agent, British Columbia - - 43 

Statement of Receipts on account of Crown Timber in British 
Columbia ---------- 

Statement showing saw-mills cutting timber on Dominion Lands 

in British Columbia - ... _ 45 

do Wm. Mills, in charge of Ordnance and Admiralty Lands - - 46 

Statement of sales during the year - 48 

Statement showing localities on account of which monej'S have 

been received - - 

Statement of Receipts - - 

do J. A. Pinard, Accountant of the Department - - 50 

A. — Statement of Recipts on account of Dominion Lands from 

the various agencies, &c. ------- 52 

B. — Statement of Receipts on account of Ordnance Lands - 53 

C. do do School Lands - - 53 

D. — Statement of Fees received from Registrars - - - 54 

E. — Statements of Receipts on account of fines and forfeiture in 

the North-West Territories - 54 

F. — Statement of Receipts on account of Casual Revenue - 55 

G. do do Dominion Lands from 

the various sources of Revenue ----- 5G 

Appendix A — Statement showing number of entries made at Head Office, and 

the Agency of the Temperance Colonization Society - - 57 
do B — Statement showing number of Letters Patent issued, and number 

of acres patented - - ------ 5S 

do C — Statement showing Registration Districts for which Lists of 

Patents have been prepared ------ 59 

do D — Statement showing number of Deeds of Transfer recorded at 

Head Office, and amount received as fees therefor 5! 

PART IT.— DOMINION LANDS SURVEYS. 

Report of E. Devi lie, Surveyor General - - ----- 

Schedule showing D. L. Surveyors employed during year 
do Win. King, Chief Astronomer, on the condition of the monuments 
on the International Boundary, between theChamplain and 
St. Lawrence Rivers .-..-- 

do J. S. Dennis, Chief Inspector of Surveys - 

Schedule of Correction Surveys performed during the season - 
Survey of Block and Township outlines near Prince Albert 
do Otto J. Klotz, D.T.S. 

Survey of Township Outlines near Lake Dauphin : — 
do T. Fawcett, D.T.S. - 
do Edgar Bray, D.L.S. ... - 3 

Survey of Township Outlines west of 2nd Meridian : — 
do P. R. A. Belanger, D.L.S. - ... 

vi [NDEX 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 17.) A. 1891 



Trianguiation Survey in the Rocky Mountains : — 

■eporl ofW. S. Drewry, D.L.S. - - - 43 
Photo topographical Survey in Hie Rooky Mountains: — 

do J. J. McArthur, D.L.S. - -' 4!) 

do A. Driscoll, D.L.S. - - 52 

Correction of Surveys : — 

do C. P. Miles, D.L.S. - - 54 

do L. Gossolin, D.L.S. ... - - 56 

Examination Papers of the Board of Examiners for Dominion Land Surveyors 57 

PAET III.— NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 

Report of Lieutenant-Governor Royal, embracing therein : — 

Session of Assembly - - - 4 

Legislation — Ordinances passed by Assembly - - 4 

List of Justices of the Peace - - 5 

do Notaries Public 6' 

do Commissioners for taking Affidavits ------ tf 

do Veterinary Surgeons -------- (j 

do Division Registrars -------- - 6* 

do Advocates - 7 

do Coroners ---------- - 7 

do Issuers of Marriage Licenses - - 7 

do Fire Guardians - - 7 

do Game do ----- - ... 7 

do Dentists ---.--__-. . g 

do Members of Board of Education .... 8 

do Companies Incorporated - - - 8 

Return of special permissions for the importation of intoxicating liquors dur- 
ing the year ------------ 10 

Report of the Board of Education for the North-West Territories 17 

PART IV.— ROCKY MOUNTAINS PARK. 

Report of Superintendent of the Rocky Mountains Park of Canada - - 3 

Statistical Tables 8 

'Meteorological Tables - - 10 

PART V.— EXPLORATORY SURVEY TO HUDSON'S BAY. 

Report of William Ogilvie, D.L.S. :— 

Astronomical Observations 4 

Other Observations - b' 

Description of Route from Mattavva to East Main - 7 

Lake Abitibi - 9 

River do - 10 

Moose River ------- _ ... 14 

James Bay - 15 

index. vii 



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Character of the Surface and Agricultural Capabilities along the Eoute - 15 

Timber Eesources - - 19 

Minerals - - 19 

Other Eesources -------- . . 20 

Eivers flowing into the Bay - - -21 

Harbours - - - 24 

Natives ----------- - - 25 

PAET VI.— KEEWAT1N. 
Eeport of Lieutenant-Governor of Keewatin . 



Vlll INDEX. 



4 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 17. A. 1891 

ANNUAL REPORT 

01 T|IK 

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR 

FOR THE YEAR 1890. 



Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 28th February, 1891. 
To the Honourable Edgar Dewdney, 
Minister of the Interior. 
Sir, — I have the honour to submit the Annual Report of the Department of the 
Interior for 1890. This report covers the transactions of the Department in all its 
agencies in Manitoba, the North-West Territories and British Columbia, as well as 
at the Head Office, up to the 31st October last, and it also contains a statement of 
everything of importance which has happened in relation to the Departmental 
business up to the close of the calendar year. 

INSIDE SERVICE. 

I regret to have to record the death of the following members of the staff at 
headquarters: Messrs. William Howe, Archibald Graham, James Macpherson, 
George P. Drummond and J. A. Sawyer. 

Representations having been made by the Association of Dominion Land 
Surveyors and others as to the unsatisfactory condition of the nomenclature of the 
Nforth-West, owing to the frequent duplication of names of places, rivers, lakes, &c, 
t was decided, in order to overcome and remove the difficulty which, year by year, 
becomes a more serious practical inconvenience, to transfer to the Head Office Mr. 
H. Whitcher, the Agent of Dominion Lands at Winnipeg, to take charge of the 
vork of revising the nomenclature and of compiling a geographical dictionary. Mr. 
Whitcher' s professional and technical qualifications, and his long residence in and 
knowledge of the North-West, render him specially qualified for this work. 

OUTSIDE SERVICE. 

The duties of Mr. Whitcher as Agent of Dominion Lands at Winnipeg were 
86umed by Mr. E. F. Stephenson, the Crown Timber Agent at that point, who now 
olds both offices, but without additional remuneration. 

During the year the resignations of Mi-. J. J. McHugh, Agent of Dominion 
ands at Cannington, and of Mr. E. M. Bovill, Agent at Kamloops, were accepted. 

C. E. Phipps was appointed as the successor of Mr. McHugh, and the vacancy 
Kamloops was filled by the removal to that point of Mr. E. A. Nash, of the 
ominion Lands Commissioner's Office, who formerly was Agent at Battleford and 
r a short time in the Rocky Mountains Park. 

In consequence of the services of Mr. W. J. 0. Bourchier, Assistant Agent for 

e Calgary district, having been terminated, Mr. E. G. Kirby, the agent at 

th bridge, was transferred to the Calgary Agency as assistant agent. Mr. Kirby's 
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A. 1891 



place at Lethbridge was taken by Mr. George Young, who was agent for the 
Dufferin district when the business of the agency was transferred to Winnipeg, and 
who had latterly been employed in the Winnipeg office. 

There were three deaths in the Outside Service of the Department during the 
year, viz., Lieut.-Col. A. Sproat, Eegistrar for the East Saskatchewan district; 
Mr. Thomas Swan, Homestead Inspector; and Mr. John Connor, Forest Banger in 
the Rocky Mountains Park. Mr. Stephen Brewster, barrister, of Prince Albert, was 
appointed Registrar in Mr. Sproat's stead, and Mr. W. C. De Balmhard was 
appointed Homestead Inspector in the place of Mr. Swan — a transfer from the 
Department of Indian Affairs. By an arrangement made with the Comptroller of j 
the North- West Mounted Police, whereby an efficient police patrol was established! 
in the Park at Banff, the necessity of appointing a successor to the late Mr. Connor] 
was obviated. 

HOMESTEAD AND PRE-EMPTION ENTRIES AND SALES. 

The following is a comparative statement of the homestead and pre-emption j 
entries and sales which have been made at the several agencies of the Department 
during the years 1889 and 1890 :— 

1889. 1890. 

Homesteads, (acres) 696,050 471,040 

Pre-emptions " 212,651 57,600 

Sales " : 177,092 139,030 

It is to be regretted that there is so large a reduction in the area of land taken) 
up as homesteads by actual settlers. This, no doubt, is caused by the unfavourable 
impression created by the drought of the previous year. The area of land grantee 
under pre-emption entry is necessarily very small, as the right to obtain pre-emptioi 
entries lapsed under the provisions of the statute on the 1st January, 1890. 

The usual statement is submitted, showing the number of homestead and pre-| 
emption entries reported in each year since 1874, and the number and proportion oil 
those entries which have been cancelled for non-fulfillment of the conditions of entry 



Year. 




Homestead. 






Pre-emption. 




No. of 


No. 


Percentage 


No. of 


No. 


Percentage! 1 




Entries. 


Cancelled. 


Cancelled. 


Entries. 


Cancelled. 


Cancelled. J 


1874 


L,376 


871 


63 


043 


002 


31 


is?:. 


199 


298 


60 


391 


225 


1876 


347 


147 


42 


263 


132 


50 


1S77 


845 
1,788 


444 
1,352 


52 

75 


51)4 
1,580 


33<> 
902 


■V 


L878 




L879 


1,068 


1,989 


49 


L,729 


1,420 


82 


1880 


2,074 


658 


32 


1,004 


453 


r 


L881 


2,753 


895 


32 


1,649 


635 




1882 


7,383 


3,244 


44 


5,654 


2,355 


4-J 


L883 


6,063 


L,539 


25 


4,120 


1,040 


25 


L884 


3,753 


878 


23 


2,762 


632 


23 


1885 


1,858 


W2 


21 


653 


233 


;c> 


L886 


2,657 


181 


18 


1,046 


253 


24 


L887 


2,036 


264 


13 


585 


87 


14 


L888 


2,655 


280 


10 


454 


57 


V2 


1889 


4,4i<; 


322 


07 


1,355 


80 




L890 


2,955 


66 


02 


371 
















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A. 1891 



The remarks under thi8 head contained in nay report of last year will apply to 
this year's transactions also. 



CORRESPONDENCE. 



The following statement shows the number of letters received and sent by the 
Department in each year since its establishment : — 



Year, 



Letters 
Received. 



LettersSent. Total. 



is; 4. 

is:;. 

1876. 
1877. 

L879 

1880 
1881 . 

1884. 

1886. 
1887 . 

1889. 
L890 



3,482 
1,974 
2,256 

3,137 
4,642 
5,526 
8,222 

13,605 
25,500 
27,180 
27,525 
33,970 
60,964 
47,845 
43,407 
49,316 
36.200 



4,150 

2. IS! I 

3,097 

.xfi77 

6,009 

6,179 

9,940 

15,829 

30,300 

33,500 

33,386 

43,997 

67,973 

60,890 

52,298 

50,500 

36,008 



7,632 

4,163 
5,353 

6,814 
10,651 

11,70:. 
18,162 
29,424 
55,800 
60,680 
60,911 
77,967 
128,937 
108,73r) 
95,705 
99,81(5 
72.2ns 



The decrease in the number for the last year by no means indicates a falling 
off in the correspondence of the Department. In previous years the number of let- 
ters received and sent by the Geological Survey Department, then a branch of this 
Department, was included. 

As, however, by an Act passed at the last Session of Parliament the Survey became 
la separate Department, no portion of its transactions is included in this report. 

The correspondence of the Department, as will be observed, has grown to such 

'proportions during recent years as to become unwieldy, and the mere registration, 

(classification, and keeping trace of such a mass of letters in such a systematic way as 

ensure that each newly received communication should be so filed as to enable the 

Iresponsible officers to dispose of it with due reference to previous action on the 

ime subject, involved the necessity of employing a large staif of clerks for that 

)lass of duty alone. How to reduce the volume of letters passing into and out of the 

(Department and the processes heretofore regarded as necessary for recording and 

:eeping trace of them, without, however, impairing the efficiency of that branch of 

the business, and how, consistently with reasonable certainty that the responsible 

)fficer had all previously filed papers on the subject before him when dealing with 

)ach letter received, the correspondence of the Department might be disposed of 

r ith greater promptitude, was a task to which I personally devoted much time and 

ittention during the summer and autumn. In this work I had the hearty 

JO-operation of the Secretary of the Department and the Commissioner of Dominion 

mds, and although the results attained have probably up to the present not been 

complete as could be desired, it can be said that they are such as to permit of a 

>nsiderable reduction in the cost of the clerical staff, especially at head-quarters, 

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and of confining within the smallest possible bounds the controllable correspond- 
ence — that is to say, the correspondence between the Department at Ottawa and 
the various officers in the Outside Service. 

The figures given for 1890 make no account of a very large number of circular 
letters which are sent out of the Department from time to time, and which involve 
a certain proportion of the time and labour required for ordinary correspondence. 
There were for instance 11,500 notices inviting tenders for timber berths despatched 
"i which no account is taken. 

REVENUE STATEMENT. 

Herewith is a statement showing the receipts of the Department from year to 
year since its establishment, from every source except Ordnance and Admiralty 
Lands, of which an entirely separate account is kept. The net revenue for the last 
Departmental year was $454,326.52, as compared with $588,861.81 for the previous 
year. The decrease is undoubtedly traceable to the same causes as the decrease in 
homestead entries, and to the indisposition to press settlers for payment of their 
over-due pre-emptions which you have manifested, in consideration of the com 
parative shortness of the crops of last season : 



xn 



RETURN of Passages, Number of Passengers and Cargoes of the Steamships of the Allan and Dominion Lines, under Contract for the Conveyance of the Mails from Liverpool to Halifax, and from Halifax to Liverpool, from 

7th November, 1889, till 3rd May, 1890. 



,-r^^ 






































Passage. 




Freight. 






Passage 




























Arrived 
Liverpool. 






Number 
of 

Passengers. 








STEAMSHIP. 


CAPTAIN. 


Liverpool. 


Halifax. 


1 


of 
Passengers. 


United 


Canada. . 


Left 
Halifax. 


| ' |- 


| 






REMARKS. 










q w 3 












P W 


g 










-~ 












Tons. 


Tons. 


















Srfniaa £,"" 


Nov. 7.... 


Nov. 10... 


8 18 40 


138 


025 


1,541 


Nov. 30.. 


Dec. 8 


8 1 


30 






mer's homeward ca rg'< • 


was loaded at Portland. 














Dec. 7. 


















do 21 ... 


do 30... 




174 


350 


1,440 




















do 28 


Dec. II... 




94 


175 


1,694 


















Poipf ia " Kl;, 

Perwim v uiiiace 

Sardinian jticnarason 

Sornia ip!.,!?!! ' 

Paris" Willi,™ 

Own. Whvie 


Dec. 5 . . . 


do in .. 


12 4 


144 


359 


2,162 


do 28.... 














do 


do 12... 










1,607 


Jan. 4 . . 




9 17 













do 19. . 


do 30... 






427 


1,901 


do 12... 
















do 20 . . 


Jan. 6... 


10 14 




570 


1,734 


















Jan. 2. . . . 


do 14... 


10 18 12 


97 


536 


2,021 


do 25... 






25 








do 


do 9... 


do 24... 




76 


127 


1,541 


Feb. 1 




10 













do 16... 


do 28 .. 




125 


442 


1,758 


do 9.... 




9 12 












Penman 




do 23.... 

do 30 .. 


Feb. 6... 
do 12 .. 


13 16 
12 6 50 


79 


200 


1,679 
1,617 


do 15.... 
do 23.... 


do 26 ... 


10 21 

10 16 



40 


65 


do 


do 




Hughes 


do 


s, ro ia IGibson 


Feb. 6... 


do 18... 




81 




2,541 


March 2. 


do 12.... 


9 21 













do 13... 


do 24. .. 




170 


225 


1,445 


do 8.... 




10 15 












do 20... 
do 27... 


March 1 . . . . 
do 9.... 


8 16 45 
II 


173 
241 


242 
315 


2,329 
1,522 


do 16.... 
do 22.... 


do 25 ... 
do 31.... 


8 21 

8 14 


15 
30 


69 


do 


do 




Sardinian 1 Richardson 

Punitian Wallace 

Polynesinn Barrett 


do 


March 6 .. 


do 22.. . 


15 19 


239 


464 




do 29.... 


April 8.... 
do 14 .. 


10 7 













do 13. .. 


do 28 ... 


12 3 


603 


335 




April 5.... 
do 12.,.. 


9 1 













do 22... 


April 4 . . 


12 3 








do 22.... 
















do 27 ... 


do 6 .. 


1) 14 36 


739 


421 


1,409 


do 19.... 


do 27.... 


8 




192 










April 3 . . 


do 13... 


II 3 15 


473 


801 


1,865 


do 26.... 




9 16 


30 










Circassian IMcDougall 


do 10... 


do 20 . 


II 20 40 


471 


769 


947 


May 3.... 


do 12.... 


8 15 


30 


135 


do 


do 


do 




253 21 6 


5,404 


9,224 


37,865 


204 23 


24 


2,299 




Average passage Westward 








11 50 




Vvt-rage passage Eastwan 






8 21 


53 























RETURN of Passages, Number of Passengers and Cargoes of the Steamships of the Allan and Dominion Lines, under Contract for the Conveyance of the Mails from Liverpool to Quebec, and from Quebec to Liverpool, from 

17th April, 1890, till 20th November, 1890. 








CAPTAIN. 


Left 

.iverpnol. 


Arrived 
Quebec. 


Passage. 

ft 1 ! 

p w S 


f5 


Freight. 


Left 
Quebec. 


Arrived 

Liverpool. 


Passage. 

ft 1 1 

P & % 


3 

.8 8, 


Barrels and 


Sacks. 


C5 
1 




O 
S 
1 


1 

!i 

II 


3 




1 


II 
O 


-1 

ll 
O 


.4 
■3, 

02 

1 

6 


! 

m 
% 
% 
O 


Deals, Boards 
and Logs. 


'J 


1 

pq j ■ 

rH 


1 


Asbestos 
and Copper Ore 

Tons Phosphate 


a 

£ 

a 

.a 


i 

s . 

2 3 


J' 


a^S&USHIP. 


Quebec 
East. 


Mon- 
treal & 
West. 


1 


U 1 


< 


1 

CO 




Richardson . ... 

Barrett 

Ritchie 


April 17.. 

May 1.'. 
do 8.. 
do 15. . 
do 22.. 
do 29.. 

do 12.'. 

do 19.. 

do 26.. 
July 3.. 

do 10.. 

do 17.. 

do 24.. 

do 31.. 
Aug. 7.. 


April 29.. 
"May «.. 

do 12.. 

do 21.. 

do 26.. 

do 8" 

do 14.. 

do 21. . 

do 30.. 
Inly 7.. 

do 13.. 

do 19.. 

do 26.. 
Aug. 3.. 

do 9.. 

do 16.. 


10 21 15 
10. 8 

8 13 10 

9 21 45 
10 18 30 

8 22 

9 12 
8 8 

7 18 
10 41 

8 16 
8 18 

7 21 40 

8 9 

9 15 28 

8 17 

9 
8 1 13 

8 19 45 

9 9 20 

8 21 

9 5 
8 6 35 

8 6 45 

9 13 35 
9 2 45 
9 9 
8 11 45 

10 15 15 


1,024 
579 
779 
637 

531 

313 

717 
542 
549 
374 
261 
401 
303 
324 

304 
608 
493 

388 
263 
560 
306 
208 
241 

375 

275 


Tons. 
146 

97 
113 
100 

60 

50 
49 

250 
61 
42 
84 
47 

220 
54 

45 

150 
93 
64 
35 
57 
180 
115 
74 

102 

125 


Tons. 
1.576 
1,790 
1,757 


May 8.. 
do 15. 
do 22.. 


May 17.. 

do 25.. 
June 2.. 

do 7.. 

do 15.. 

do 21.. 

do 28.. 
luly 7. 

do 12.. 

do 19.. 

do 26.. 
Aug. 2.. 

do 8.. 

do 15.. 

do 23.. 

do 30.. 
Sept. 6.. 

do 12.. 

do 20.. 

do 27.. 
Oct. 4. . 

do 12.. 

do 17 . . 

do 24.. 
Nov. 1.. 

do 8.. 

do 15.. 

do 22.. 

do 29.. 


8 6 30 

9 23 20 
'9 42 

8 22 

9 17 44 
9 1 30 
9 6 
8 8 24 
8 4 
8 17 
8 14 30 
8 15 30 

7 21 55 

8 3 30 
8 20 35 
8 19 
8 22 

7 23 40 

8 7 45 
8 22 40 

8 21 

9 20 

7 23 45 

8 9 

9 11 10 
8 14 30 
8 21 

8 18 

9 4 30 


181 
98 
345 
256 
197 
198 
193 
483 
326 
215 
257 
147 
312 
148 
174 
218 
117 

177 
217 
197 
119 
280 
182 
152 
180 

416 

293 


15 




129 


58,534 
47,925 
49,658 
48,31111 
40,527 
44,625 
311,522 
57,124 
43,000 

42315 " 
43.025 
40,210 

35,(1011 

23)401 
26,106 
27,918 

411 01 III 

37] 788 
20,577 
27,507 
18,415 
28,822 
24,320 
22,523 
25,165 

19,717 


""'Hi' 

" "ioo' 
34 

'" 256' 

:::::::: 

25 

679 

8 


680 
1,558 
2,939 
6,733 
3,607 
12,108 
12,286 
13,344 
13,584 
12,557 
8,175 
11,633 
4,721 
19,041 
11,218 
11,575 
8,821 
7,185 
7,545 
10,219 
13,905 
3,798 
7,584 
9,382 
8,421 
11,508 
8,114 
8,949 

9,887 






48 






33 
66 
16 

6 

27 
12 

"ll 
41 
21 
37 

"25' 
18 
26 
5 


"320' 

261 

"456 
86 

'63l' 


"45 
"'58 
"81 

"ii" 


10,018 
14,102 
8,346 
21,074 
10,230 
9,092 
2,754 
6,587 
25,368 
3.6S3 
3,201 
1,742 
6,222 
6,254 
6,601 
8,172 
9,2411 
18,666 
25,11211 
4,390 
694 
3,110 
■ 19,446 
28,004 

1,027 ash pul.-i. 
3,113 

19,343 


135 
128 
137 
21 
726 
26 
75 
60 
198 
521 
02 
48 
53 
33 
56 
140 
143 
046 
2,371 

33 
42 
93 

166 
53 
33 
73 

678 

589 


18,985 
21,093 
23,937 
27,531 
19,811 
20,275 
20,191 
23,056 
25,375 
22,428 
21,513 
20,270 
24,663 
28,043 
22,479 
20,024 
16,977 
22,013 
26,993 
20,704 
20,525 
17,822 
23,180 
20,993 
21,185 
21,3(15 
19,851 
24,024 

20,004 












Polynesian 






87 
1,584 
1,431 
1,261 
976 
780 
1,425 
1,616 
1,337 
1,925 
1,052 
2,4011 
2,111)11 

l)529 

876 
1,315 
1,730 
2,738 
2,127 
2,087 
1,747 
1,089 

602 
50 

07 


"166 
203 

' 926' 

'627 

18 
242 








829 










143 
65 


73' 


1 






SSY 






"l5 


2,000 

800 




11,378 
' 1,159 






Circassian 


McDougall 

Richardson 

Barrett 






Sardinian 


1,735 
1,494 
1)998 
1,812 
2,023 
l.sur, 
2,375 
L>. II 14 

2,326 

2.1118 

1)749 

2,288 

2)j)77 

'2.240 
1,1)13 
2,332 
1,536 
1,806 
1,541 
1,11211 
2,361 

2,249 


do 12.. 

do 19.. 

do 26.. 
luly 3. . 

do 10.. 

do 17 . . 

do 24. . 

do 31.. 
Aug. 7.. 

do 14.. 

do 21.. 

do 28.. 
Sept. 4. . 

10 11.. 

do 18.. 

do 25.. 
Oct. 2. . 

do 9.. 

do 16.. 

do 23.. 

do 30. . 
Nov. 6. 

do 13. 

do 22. 


132 




35 
45 
40 

"12 
60 
896 
16 

12 
5 






'796 


















20 

"io' 

"is 
"13 


"'275' 
820 
200 
375 

3.725 
1,1185 
1,404 
1.035 
2.133 
1,118 
1,328 
250 

"l,450' 

1,1183 

500 

150 

- ' 7,320' 
3,700 


' "l,32l" 

1,209 
1,954 

2,338 
0,7511 
«,7H4 
7,186 
8,1125 

, 3,817 


52 
127 
600 
250 


"" 25' 

60 






240 








3,026 






Circassian 


McDougall 

Richardson 

Barrett 








2,982 


Sardinian. . . . 




Asbestos, 240 
Asbestos, 12 






Polynesian 


446 

"641 

358 
98 
631 


"'44' 
"35 






302 
42 
151 
440 
175 
171 

65 

116 
76 
161 
132 
120 
80 
67 


" '167' 
305 

25' 




Vancouver 


Lindall 

McDougall 

Richardson. . . . 
Barrett 








233 






Sardinian 

Polynesian .... 










Copper, 30 
Copper, 610 

Copper, 320 
Copper, 287 
Copper, 211 


'm 


'818' 

i)6o4 

816 




Vancouver — 


Lindall 

McDougall 

Richardson .... 

Barrett 

Ritchie 

Lindall. . 

McDougall 

Richardson .... 

Barrett 

Ritchie 

Lindall and Wil 
Hams 


do 22.. 1 do 31.. 




Circassian 

Sardinian 


do 28 . 

do ' ll! 
do 18. 
do 25. 
Oct. 3. 
do 9. 
do 17. 

do 31. 


Sept. 7. . 

do 14.. 

do 21.. 

do 27. 
Oct. 4.. 

do 13.. 

do 19. 

do 27. 
Nov. 1. 

do 12. 


10 


23 

12 

15 

"'38' 
29 

"46' 


528 
28 

457 
209 
255 


"'48' 

"61 
57 


6 


Polynesian .... 

Parisian 

Vancouver 

Circassian 

Sardinian 

Polynesian .... 
Parisian 


98 
26' 


io 

36 




Vancouver 










Phosphate, 100 






















264 2 27 


12,851 


2,750 


56,833 


254 13 10 


6,501 


88 


37,251 


40,523 


1,025,240 


1,718 261,137 


3,527 


713 


1,376 


39,049 


2,751 


563 


5,405 


470 


284,490 


7,369 


641,316 


15,563 




1,179 


>,120 


3,049 




erage passage We 




9 2 34 






8 18 39 





































































Montreal, 16th December, 1890. 



54 Victoria. 



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A. 1H!»1 



PATEl 



The number of letters patent issued by the Department in each year since L874 
ami the number of those issued in each year which have since been cancelled, is 
shown by the following statement : — 



5 . 



Letters Patent. 



Number Number 
Issued. Cancelled. 



Departmental vear ending 31st October, 1874 

1875. 
1876. 
1877. 
1S78 . 
1879. 
1880 
1881 
1882. 
1883. 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888. 
1889 
1890. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 



536 


6 


492 


1 


375 


4 


2,156 


13 


2,597 


32 


2,194 


57 


1.7<M 


41 


1,768 


11 


2,866 


11 


3,591 


16 


3,837 


24 


3,257 


18 


4.570 


17 


4,599 


26 


3,275 


34 


3,282 


30 


3,273 


20 



I explained last year how by statutory provision the actual number of patents 
necessary to be issued had beeu greatly decreased ; and I have nothing to add to 
that statemont, except that as the business grows in the Territories the greater is 
the relative extent to which this statutory provision affects the number of patents 

issued. 

TIMBER. MINERAL AND GRAZING LANDS. 

The revenue from the above sources during the past year amounted to 
$125,878.12, an increase as compared with 1889 of $23,145.51. The timber dues are 
than those of 1889 by $25,878.79, being for this year $102,950.76. Ot the 
revenue from timber, $45,485.09 was derived from bonuses, ground rents and royalties 
on timber cut from lands in the railway belt in British Columbia, being an increase 
of $27,440.32 over the previous year. 

Grazing lands show a decreased revenue, as compared with 1889, of $5,840.03, 
but the dues received for hay, $9,764.94, exceed the amount received the previous 
by $2,855.39. 

The receipts for minerals other than coal were $621. The amount received for 
coal lands was $8,898.75, being $7,236.25 more than the previous year. The total 
area of coal lands sold up to date is 13,079*76 acres, and the total sum received 
therefor $135,070.07. 

PRICE OF LUMBER. 

Following is a comparative statement of the average prices of lumber within 
the several Crown Timber Agencies within the last six years. The cost of this 

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A. 1891 



article to the settler has been very much reduced within that time, and I do not 
think any further reduction can reasonably be looked for, except at remote points : — 



1885. 



1887. 



Edmonton 

Calgary 

Fort Macleod . 
Prince Albert 



Winnipeg. . 
Cypress Hill:- 



Per M. 

$25 to $30 
25 to 30 
30 
30 to 45 
13.50 25 
10 to 15 



Cc 



British Columbia 



Per M. 

$15 to $23 
17 

20 to 40 

21 to 42 
10 to 40 
10 to 12 

30 



1885). 



Per M. 



$20 to $23 
12 to 18 
15 to 
20 to 

12.50 



9 to 



1890. 



Per M. 

$20 to $23 

12 to 18 

15 to 43 

20 to 42 

12.50 40 

13 

30 

9 to 10 



PRICE OF FUEL. 



The Crown Timber Agent at Winnipeg reports that fuel is somewhat cheaper 
than last year, cordwood on the railway car at Winnipeg being $2.25 to $4 per cord 
for poplar and spruce, respectively, and $8 is asked for American anthracite coal on 
car, and $6.75 for native soft coal. The agent further reports that about 18,000 
cords of wood and 30,000 tons of coal were sold in the Winnipeg and western 
markets during the year, and of the coal thus disposed of about 12,000 tons came 
from the North-West Territories. 

LIVE STOCK. 

The total number of cattle, horses and sheep in what are known at present a* 
the grazing districts of Alberta and Assiniboia, as reported by lessees of ranches 
and computed from information derived from other sources, is as follows : — 

Cattle 117,659 

Horses 16,519 

Sheep 44,762 



In the several sub-reports hereto a great deal of valuable information will bj 
found under this head, and it will be observed, amongst other things, that while thJ 
winter of 1889-90 was very hard, and reduced the crop of calves largely, lasj 
summer and the remainder of the season were most favourable in every waj 
The live stock industry is clearly in a nourishing condition, and export to Europea;j 
markets has commenced. So far, fortunately for those engaged in the business, 
good and paying market has been found at their very doors. The beef supplied tj 
the Indians and Mounted Police, instead of being imported from the United States, 
in the years previous to the establishment of the ranching industry, is now procurej 
at home; and, as I understand, beef is now used extensively for the maintenance 
the Indians, instead of the Chicago pork which at one time was supplied. 

An excellent class of horses is being imported. Export on a small scale 
expected to commence next year, and the prospects for the future are very encouj 
aging. A good market has hitherto been found for the surplus product among tl 
incoming settlers, and this market is likely to improve, so far as relates to animaj 
intended for farm work. 

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There has also been a satisfactory increase in the cumber of sheep, although on 
account of the low price of wool progress has cot maintained the same ratio as in bhe 

of horses and cattle. 

TIMBER. 

The regulations of the 17th of September, 1889, governing the disposal of 

timber in Manitoba and the North-West Territories, were, on the 18th of December? 
1800, amended so that licensees have now the option of either paying the royalty of 
5 per cent, provided for by the regulations on the value of the lumber in the log? 
or at the period at which the lumber, when manufactured, is sold; and if the dues 
are paid at the former period the royalty is to be on the average price received for 
lumber during the three months next prior to the date upon which the dues are paid. 
The reason for making this change was, that in British Columbia it was found 
impossible for those persons holding licenses for Dominion and Provincial lands to 
separate the lumber manufactured from timber cut upon Dominion lands from that 
manufactured from timber cut on Provincial lands. 

It was also thought advisable to cancel the provision for a rebate of one half of 
the royalty, amounting to about 25 cents per thousand feet, paid upon timber which 
had been exported beyond the limits of Canada, and the Order in Council of the 
18th of December, 1890, above quoted, repealed section 20 of the regulations which 
authorized the rebate. The Provincial regulations of British Colum bia provide for 
a rebate of 25 cents per thousand feet on timber exported, but it was considered 
that the timber on Dominion lands was more valuable than that on Provincial lands 
owing to the fact that the towage from the nearest point on the latter to Vancouver 
exceeds 75 cents per thousand feet, whereas from Dominion lands it does 
not average 25 cents per thousand feet. It will thus be seen that the licensees 
of timber berths on Dominion lands, even although not allowed a rebate, have the 
advantage over those holding licenses for timber berths on Provincial lands, who are 
allowed a rebate of 25 cents per thousand feet. 

HAY. 

In consequence of the injury to the hay crops, resulting from cutting the hay 
before the seed matures, the regulations provide that no hay shall be cut prior to a 
date to be fixed each year by the Minister of the Interior, which date may vary 
according to whether the season is early or late. The date fixed for the commence- 
ment of the cutting of hay during the coming season is the 25th of July next. 
Representations having been made to the Department that the farmers desire to cut 
reeds for fodder — which they urge make excellent food for stock if cut early 
enough, but become valueless if left till after the 25thofJulv — the agents of Dominion 
lands have been instructed to issue permits for this purpose, irrespective of date 
with the proviso, however, that no infringement of the hay regulations will be 
permitted. 

FOREST FIRES. 

The subject of the protection of the timber of Manitoba, the North-West Terri- 
tories, and that on Dominion lands in the Province of British Columbia, has received, 
as in former years, much and very careful consideration. At the beginning of 
the present calendar year a circular letter was sent to all persons who had acquired 

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timber berths, inviting them to co-operate with the Government in giving effect to 
the provisions of the Act for the prevention of forest fires, and asking them to share 
with the Government the expense of maintaining forest rangers to guard their 
berths from fire. The proposition has been readily accepted by the licensees from 
whom replies have so far been received. Effect, however, cannot be given to the 
proposition until the proportion of the expenditure involved which has to be paid 
by the Government has been voted by Parliament. 

MINERALS OTHER THAN COAL. 



The arrangement between the Provincial and Dominion Governments, that all 
minerals, with the exception of coal, on Dominion lands in the Province of British 
Columbia, are to be administered under the mining laws of the Province, is still in 
force. The only amendments which have been made to the Mining Regulations 
since my last report are those set forth in the Order in Council of the 18th of Decem- 
ber last, by which an applicant for a petroleum location, who has otherwise complied 
with the requirements of the regulations, may be able to obtain an entry for a loca- 
tion upon his making affidavit that from indications he verily believes that petroleum 
exists on the location applied for — the location, however, not to be sold to the 
applicant until a period of five years from the date of entry prescribed by the regu- 
lations, unless he can, in addition to compliance with the requirements aforesaid, 
furnish proof to the satisfaction of the Minister of the Interior that he has at least 
one oil well in operation thereon, and is producing therefrom petroleum in paying 
quantities; and provided, further, that if at the end of five years from the date when 
the applicant obtains entry he cannot furnish such proof, the entry shall be cancelled 
and the rights and privileges of the person obtaining the entry shall thereupon cease 
and determine in respect of such location. The regulations, before they were thus 
amended, provided that no mining location or mining claim should be gran '.ed until 
actual discovery had been made of the mineral applied for within the limits of the loca- 
tion or claim. This being the law, it prevented a large number of applicants from receiv- 
ing entry for petroleum locations for which they had applied, because they were not 
able to make the requisite affidavit of actual discovery; and it was thought that 
this might operate to retard the development of lands supposed to contain petro-| 
leum. Since the regulations have been amended, as explained, the Agent of Dominion^ *l 
Lands at Lethbridge has granted oighty-fbur entries for petroleum locations inB*!) 
Townships 1, 2, 3 and 4, Ranges 29 and 30, west of the 4th Meridian. 



TREE CULTURE. 



The problem of re-afforesting such of the great plains of the North-West as ai 
devoid of timber is one for which, so far, a satisfactory solution cannot be said to haveB]| ;i] 
been found. Mr. J. II. Morgan, of Amherstburg, Ont., who has been employed undeiBf 
this Department for several years to enquire into the subject, has completed hisVi},, 
investigations, and his engagement has been terminated. What information he ha» ini 
('••••n able to obtain, and what the Department has acquired from other sources, has,], 
made it quite clear that the problem is as far from solution in the prairie States olB^ 
I be adjoining Republic as it is in our own land, and that the operations of Europeai 
Countries in that direction, which have been attended with great success, have beei 
conducted under circumstances so different from those which prevail in our North 
Wesi as to make the experience thus acquired of comparatively little value to 

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the experiments which are being conduoted by the Department of Agriculture, under 
he super vision of Professor Saunders, al the various Government Experimental 
Farms in the North- West, are in myopinionmore likely to be useful to us than any- 
thing else that has s<> far been undertaken by the Government. 

SMELTERS AT GOLDEN AND REVELSTnKE. 

In 1887, while it was still anticipated that the precious metals in the railway 
belt in British Columbia would belong to the Government of Canada, the late Minister 
of the Interior, the Hon. Thomas White, made arrangements with people ofrespon. 
sible financial standing to give them a free grant of 320 acres of land in consideration 
of the erection of a smelter at the points above mentioned. The Order in Council of 
the 15th October, 1880, sanctioned this arrangement ; and the Superintendent of Mines 
has reported that smelting works have been constructed at both places. At Eevel- 
stoke the land grant of 320 acres has been conveyed to the company, and at Golden 
there merely remain to be adjusted some matters of detail, upon the settlement of 
which that subsidy will be also conveyed. Both smelters are now completely equipped 
and in running order, and as there appears to be no doubt that the section of British 
Columbia tributary to them is rich in productive ores, especially in those bearing silver.. 
it is anticipated that the works will find immediate profitable employment. Their 
existence, of course, will be of great importance in encouraging the development of 
the mining industry. 

SCHOOL LANDS, 

No general sales of school lands were held during the past year, either in Mani- 
toba or the North-West Territories. 

Numerous applications to purchase these lands continue, however, to be made, 
both to this Office and to that of the Commissioner of Dominion Lands, and the 
indications are that at the next auction sales of school lands in Manitoba the prices 
realized will be considerably higher than those of the auction sales of January, 1888, 
which averaged nearly $7.30 per acre. 

The question of the title of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company to the land 
in school sections necessary for the right-of-way and station grounds of the railway 
has been finally settled, in accordance with the decision of the Minister of Justice 
that the company are entitled under their charter to a free grant of the land 
necessary for their right-of-way and station grounds in sections which were not 
surveyed until after the location of the railway through them, but that in cases 
where the survey of the section preceded the location of the line through it, 
the land required for railway purposes therein must be acquired under section 99 
of "The Railway Act" — that is to say, on terms to be prescribed by the Governor 
in Council. The company were duly advised of this decision, and furnished with a 
statement of the lands to which they are entitled as a free grant, and also of those 
which they must acquire under the provisions of "The Railway Act." With respect 
to the latter, representing 182^% acres, an Order in Council of the 7th of February. 
1891, provides that they shall be sold to the company at the rate of 85.20 per acre, 
this being the average of the prices placed upon the several parcels by Mr. Pearce, 
who was entrusted with the duty o f valuing them. The area to which the company 

entitled as a free grant is 858^%- acres. 

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The amounts received on account of school lands between the 1st of November, 
1889, and the 31st of October, 1890, are as follows:— 

Manitoba. 

Payments on account of sales ... $31,953 84 

Revenue from hay lands , 1,215 47 

do timber 918 18 

do stone quarry 17 50 

$34,104 99 

Assiniboia. 

Payments on account of sales $ 199 00 

"Revenue from hay lands 190 85 

$ 389 85 

Alberta. 

Payments on account of sales $10,398 43 

Revenue from hay lands ; 94 45 

$10,492 88 

Saskatchewan. 
Revenue from hay lands $ 28 50 

This gives a total revenue for the year from School Lands in Manitoba and the 
North- West Territories of $45,016.22. 






OPERATIONS OF THE TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY BRANCH. 



The surveys of last season were on a somewhat limited scale, but notwithstand- 
ing the small number of surveyors employed and the moderate amount expended, it 
is satisfactory to be able to state that the requirements of settlers in new and 
unsurveyed districts have in a large measure been provided for. 

The season was not particularly favourable for surveying operations, owing to 
the wet weather which prevailed during the greater part of the summer. 

TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEYS. 

The triangulation survey in the Rocky Mountains was continued under the 
direction of Mr. W. S. Drewry. The system of main triangles was carried as far 
west as the Beaver Foot Range, near the Columbia River, and easterly from the] 
.Mountains to the 5th Initial Meridian, and was tied in to that line, thus enabling the! 
geographical position of a number of points in the mountains to be accurately 
determined. In connection with the main work of triangulation, considerable! 
exploration of unfrequented passes in the mountains was accomplished by Mr. 
I)rewry and his staff, and valuable information relative to the mineral and timber] 
wealth of the districts obtained. 

Mr. McArthur continued the photo-topographical survey of the Rock; 
Mountains, and covered some 400 square miles of country. His operations extendec 

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over the Cascade Trough or coal-bearing area and the districts adjoining rlealy's 
Creek, Forty Mile Creek, Simpson River and Johnston Creek. These Burveys will 
enable us to make settlement, timber and mineral subdivisions in all the districts 
to which they extend, at any time we may find it necessary or expedient to do so. 



BLOCK AMI niTLINE SURVEYS. 

Block and township outline surveys were performed in the Prince Albert, 
Lake Dauphin and Beaver Hills districts by Messrs. Klotz, Fawcett and Belanger, 
respectively. These surveys became necessary owing to the demand for subdivision 
of portions of these districts in which settlement is making rapid progress. 

CORRECTION SURVEYS. 

Two parties, under Mr. Miles and Mr. Gosselin, were employed in effecting correc- 
tion surveys — the former on the 2nd Meridian and in adjoining townships, and the 
latter on the 5th Meridian and in the south-western part of the Territories. 
A number of required corrections have been made, which will enable the records of 
the original surveys to be amended. 

SUBDIVISION SURVEYS. 

Subdivision surveys were effected in the Lake Dauphin, Beaver Hills, Prince 
Albert and Calgary districts — sixteen contracts for work of this kind being let. 
Subdivision surveys were also made in New Westminister and Kam loops districts, in 
British Columbia, by Mr. Driscoll, D. L. S. Hereunder will be found the usual 
table of subdivision or settlement survey work completed each year since the com- 
mencement of the surveys, with the results of last season's operations added: — 



No. of Farms of 
1(50 acres each. 



Acre-. 

Previous to June, 1873 4,792,292 29,952 

In 1874 4,237,864 -26,487 

1875 665,000 4,156 

1876 420.507 2,628 

1877 231,691 1,448 

1878 306,93« 1,918 

1879 1,130,482 7,066 

1880 4,472,000 27,950 

1881 8,147,000 50,919 

1882 9,460^000 59,125 

1883 27,000,000 168,750 

1884 6,400,000 40.000 

1885 391.680 2,448 

1886 1,379,010 8.620 

1887 643,710 4.023 

1888 1,131,840 7,074 

1889 516,960 3,231 

1890 817,075 5,106 



2.144.047 450,901 



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Though the surveys during the last few years have kept pace fairly well with 
the requirements of settlement, the completion of the branch railways north and 
south from the Canadian Pacific Kail way, and the consequent influx of settlers into 
unsurveyed townships along and in the vicinity of these lines, will in the near 
future call for much work in new districts. 

EXPLORATORY SURVEYS. 

An important exploration to James Bay via the Ottawa River and connecting 
waters, was effected during last season by Mr. Wra. Ogilvie. The object of this 
exploration was to determine by astronomical observation the latitude and longitude 
of some points on James Bay, in connection with the inter-provincial boundaries, and 
to complete a rapid survey of a portion of the shore of the Bay and the route travelled 
over in reaching it. Mr. Ogilvie's report, which forms Part V of this report, will be 
found of much interest. His work in this relation was characterized by the same 
quiet determination, energy and care which has marked all the valuable service he 
has rendered the Government and people of Canada. 

ROCKY MOUNTAINS PARK. 

The work of improving and beautifying the Park has been continued, with due 
regard to economy. 

Buffalo Avenue has been carried round the face of Tunnel Mountain, giving 
easy access by carriages to some of the most beautiful spots in the Park, and, con- 
necting with this carriage drive, a bridle path 6 or 8 feet wide and 9,240 feet in 
length has been constructed to the top of Tunnel Mountain, from which a magnifi- 
cent view of the surrounding valleys and mountain ranges is obtained. 

Owing to a steam launch having been placed on Minnewanka Lake, early in the 
season, it was found necessary to provide a safe and convenient landing place for 
visitors, and a wharf was accordingly constructed at a suitable place. 

No trouble or anxiety seems to have been experienced from forest fires during 
the season, partly owing to the late spring and cool summer, and partly owing also 
to the removal each year of dead fallen timber and rubbish, which has had the effect 
of preventing the occurrence of local tires. 

There was a gratifying increase in the number of visitors last year, the books of 
the Canadian Pacific Railway Hotel and the Sanitarium showing the number of, 
guests at these places for the season to have been 4,343, as against 3,644 for the 
previous season, or an increase of G9D. Taking into consideration the number of 
visitors who stayed at the smaller hotels and those who camped out, the total number 
would be at least 5,000. 

In accordance with your instructions, the work of converting the building 
formerly intended for the Superintendent's residence into a Museum has been 
commenced, and 1 have no doubt that this addition to the attractions of the Park 
will In- much appreciated by visitors. 

I would also call attention to Mr. Stewart's suggestion that the value of the 
Museum would be greatly increased to visitors desiring to make themselves familiar 

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rith the natural features of the districl by the contribution to it of a small refer- 
ence library, with a collection of the maps and plans already published oi the geology 
and topography of the region. 

It is also a question whether it would no. he desirable t<» have reports made by 
officers of the Department of Geolog}- and Natural History upon the geology and 
natural history of the mountains, for the information of scientific visitors. 

Mr. Carpmael, of the Toronto Observatory, has recommended that proper instru- 
ments be placed on the summit of Tunnel Mountain for registering the wind 
currents, which cannot be correctly observed in the valleys. 

The Cave and Basin seem to have been much resorted to, and there is no doubt 
that the interest and beauty of the former would be greatly enhanced by the intro- 
duction of a few electric lights, as a great deal is now lost in the gloom and darkness 
of the place ; and, as the Superintendent points out, this could be done at comparatively 
little cost, as there is sufficient water power on the spot to drive a dynamo. 

Mr. Stewart submits with his report an interesting statement showing the record 
of the weather between the 1st of January and the 31st of October, 1890, and also a 
statement showing the number and nationality of the visitors to the Park. 

KILLARNEY CROFTERS. 

Last season the settlers in this colony had under cultivation 1,430 acres, mostly 
in wheat, in addition to which they have broken for the coming season 859 acres, 
so that they will have a total acreage of crop during 1891 of about 2,300 acres. 
The hay cut amounted to over 500 tons, and the crops generally were very good. 
The wheat was short in the straw, but the heads were large and well filled. Oats 
were a good average crop; potatoes a good crop; and all the live stock is looking 
well. Two schools have been established in this colony, and gratifying progress is 
being made by the children. Religious services are held in the school houses by 
Mr. K. A. Gollan, who preaches in Gaelic every Sunday and Wednesda}^ 

The advantage of locating crofters amongst practical farmers has been fully 
demonstrated in this case. Their ploughing and the area they have under culti' 
vation show that the example set them by earlier settlers has not been lost upon 
them. Their comfortable financial condition also indicates that they have taken 
advantage of the opportunity of obtaining remunerative employment offered them 
by their more advanced neighbours. It is generally understood that the young 
crofters are good workers, and they are therefore in great demand. 

SALTCOATS CROFTERS. 

Last season the settlers in this colony had under cultivation 239 acres, mostly 
in wheat and oats, besides which they have broken for the coming season 182 acres, 
thus giving them a total acreage of crop during 1891 of about 421 acres. The hay 
cut amounted to 568 tons ; the wheat and oat crops were excellent, the straw strong 
and the heads very large and full ; and potatoes, where properly cared for, were a 
very good crop. On only two farms have gophers done any damage, and this is 
owing to the fact that the crofters were supplied by the Department with gopher 
traps. Some damage resulted to grain and hay during harvest from the rain. The 
live stock is in good condition. 



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The small amount of acreage under cultivation and breaking ready for 1891 is 
accounted for by the fact that many heads of families and young men went out of 
the colony to work. Those who did not leave their farms have made more impro- 
vements, and have also earned money breaking land for new settlers and by the 
sale of wood. They were also anxious to see a crop harvested before breaking more 
land, their experience the first year having been disappointing on account of the 
drought. 

When in the North-West last summer I visited this colony, and found that a 
missionary from Winnipeg conducted religious service in the settlement, but that 
there were no schools, although two school districts had been laid off by the Govern- 
ment of the North- West Territories. The cause of this was that the people, although 
getting on well, and with every prospect of a successful season, were in the mean- 
time without ready money, and unable to tax themselves in order to raise the funds 
to build a school-house and pay one-third of the salary of a teacher, as required by 
the School Ordinance of the Territories. In consequence of this, the children were 
without education, and were growing up without even a knowledge of English, 
Gaelic being the language of the family circle. On my return to Winnipeg I saw 
Professor Bryce, of Manitoba College (Principal King being at the time absent from 
the city), Dr. Duval, and Mr. Scarth, then M.P., all of whom are interested very 
directly in the success of the crofters, and laid the facts and necessities of the case 
before them. They all responded most warmly, and on returning to Ottawa I was 
able to raise among friends a small sum of money, which I placed in the hands 
of Professor Bryce, in trust, for the purpose of helping to establish schools. 1 am 
told by him that during the whole winter Mr. Colin McLeay, B.A., who holds a first- 
class certificate in the North- West Territories, and speaks and writes English and 
Gaelic, has been labouring amongst them in the settlement, and that the children 
have made satisfactory progress under his tuition. 

CROP REPORTS. 

A new departure has been made this year by the collection of reports by this 
Department respecting the condition of the crops in Manitoba and the North- West 
Territories. This step was considered necessary in order that reliable information 
might be obtained, as it was observed that conflicting statements regarding the crop 
prospects had been published in Britain and the United States, which we had no 
means of officially correcting. To overcome this difficulty, a printed form of inquiry 
was last season widely circulated, copies having been sent to all agents of the 
Interior and Indian Departments and to all the officers of the North- West Mounted 
Poiice in charge of stations. The forms were prepared so that they might be used 
monthly throughout the year, and furnish information as to dates of seeding, pro- 
gress of growth, time of harvesting, areas under crop, effects of weather, kc. These 
periodical reports have been received in large numbers, and contain a very consider- 
able amount of useful and reliable information regarding the state of the crops in 
the North- West; and they show, as does information received from other reliable 
sources, the result of the season's operations to have been most satisfactory. Gener- 
ally speaking, the yield has been very fair, and the quality of the grain when 
threshed good. Frosl was confined to a few localities, and its effects on the crop as 
a whole so slight as to be hardly worthy of mention. It was feared that injury to 

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wheat might result from the heavy rains which came before threshing time, by 
pausing the grain to heat or sprout, but the cold weather which immediately followed 
the rainfall prevented the occurrence of any considerable harm from the causes 
mentioned, and a slight discolouration of a small portion of the wheat appears to have 
been the only effect. Taken as a whole, the other grain crops have been highly 
satisfactory, and the yield of vegetables large and of the usual excellent quality. 

Seeding commenced during the tirst week in April, and lasted until the 
middle of May. Harvesting was started early in August, but was not general 

until after the 15th of the month. The farmers have been so well pleased with the 
result of the season's operations that in many instances they delayed threshing 
their grain in order to prepare as much land as possible for seeding this spring. 

The total area under cultivation in 1890, although upwards of a million acre.-, 
would be represented on the map of the Province of Manitoba by the tier of town- 
ships along the international boundary line. Taking this as a scale of comparison, 
a glance at the map cannot fail to convince any one of the immense agricultural 
resources of our great North-West, and the great possibilities with which the future 
is pregnant. 

The acreage under crop in Manitoba last season, as shown by the statistical 
records of the Provincial Government, was 1,053,263 acres, or about 160,000 acres 
in excess of the previous season. The weather during seeding time was well suited 
for carrying on the work, but grow r th in the early part of the season was backward. 
After the month of May there was a great improvement in the weather ; the progress 
of the crops was consequently rapid, and there seemed to be an excellent prospect of 
a very abundant harvest. The result, though not as satisfactory as expected in the 
early summer, is above the average. 

Slight damage from hail and frost occurred in a few localities, as already 
stated, and harvest operations were much retarded by heavy rains. A hail-storm 
which passed over the southern part of the Province on the 2nd of August caused a 
considerable loss, reducing the average for the locality very materially where it did 
not completely destroy the crop. The frost of 22nd of August caused a very consi- 
derable shrinkage to unripe grain, and shelling resulted from the protracted wet 
weather during harvest time. About one-third of the crop was cut before the frost, 
and about the same proportion was too ripe to be materially injured. The remainder 
was only slightly affected in particular districts. The injury done to wheat by frost 
and rain reduced the yield and spoiled the colour, and the wet caused sprouting in 
the unstacked grain in some localities. In spite, however, of these drawbacks, the 
average yield per acre, as deduced from reliable data, was in Manitoba 22 bushels of 
wheat, 40 bushels of oats, and 30 bushels of barley, or a total yield for the Province 
of about 16,000,000 bushels of wheat, 9,500,000 bushels of oats, and 2,000,000 bushels 
of barley. The samples of oats and barley are reported as fair. The yield of potatoes 
was about 235 bushels per acre, which would give at least 2,541,000 bushels for the 
Province. The quality was well spoken of. There is not sufficient data upon which 
to base a similar estimate for the Territories, but the information available indicates 
the average yield to be about the same as that of Manitoba. The late rains 
delayed the fall ploughing, but the abundance of moisture will undoubtedly tend to 

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give the crops of the coming season an early start, and the farmers, far from being 
discouraged, are as a rule making arrangements for extending their operations. 

MANITOBA UNIVERSITY LAND GRANT. 

By the Act 48-49 Victoria, chapter 50, which was assented to on the 20th July, 
1885, authority was given for an allotment of laftd not to exceed 150,000 acres, for 
the purpose of an endowment to the University of Manitoba for its maintenance as 
a University capable of giving proper training in the higher branches of education, 
and to be held in trust for that purpose upon some basis or scheme to be framed by 
the University and approved by the Dominion Government. 

Up to the present date the University authorities have selected about 132,000 
acres, mostly in districts adjacent to the line of railway, and therefore immediately 
available and saleable. 

MANITOBA ACT CLAIMS. 

The Act 33 Victoria, chapter 3 (commonly called " The Manitoba Act ") made the 
following provisions for the quieting of titles to land in the Province of Manitoba: — 

" 1. All grants of land in freehold made by the Hudson's Bay Company up to 
the eighth day of March, in the year 1869, shall, if required by the owner, be con. 
firmed by grant from the Crown. 

" 2. All grants of estates less than freehold in land made by the Hudson's Bay 
Company up to the eighth of March aforesaid shall, if required by the owner, be con- 
verted into an estate in freehold by grant from the Crown. 

"3. All titles by occupancy with the sanction and under the license and author- 
ity of the Hudson's Bay Company up to the eighth day of March aforesaid, of land in 
that part of the Province in which the Indian title has been extinguished, shall, ifl 
required by the owner, be converted into an estate in freehold by grant from the 
Crown. 

" 4. All persons in peaceable possession of tracts of land at the time of the trans- 
fer to Canada, in those parts of the Province in which the Indian title has not been 
extinguished, shall have the right of pre-emption of the same, on such terms and 
conditions as may be determined by the Governor in Council." 

With a view to afford further facilities to parties claiming lands under the third 
and fourth sub-sections of the Act cited, the following enactment was placed upon 
the Statute Book in 1874 (38 Vic, chap. 52) :— 

" Be it enacted that persons satisfactorily establishing undisturbed occupancy o 
an}- lands within the Province prior to, and being by themselves or their servants 
tenants or agents, or those through whom they claim, in actual peaceable possessio; 
thereof on the fifteenth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and seventy, shal 
be entitled to receive letters patent therefor, granting the same absolutely to the 
respectively in fee simple. " 

It was found that there would be a considerable number of cases of adverse o 
conflicting claims to lands mentioned in the Act. and to facilitate the settlement o: 
those claims the "Act respecting conflicting Claims to Lands of Occupants in Mani 
toba " (38 Vic, chap. 53) was passed, authorizing the issue of a commission for th 

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investigation oi all disputed cases under the " Manitoba Act," referred by the Minister 
of the [nterior for such action and report. This statute required that the sittings of 
the commission should beheld at the places of the sittings of the county court in 
each of tln> countios in Manitoba, the time and plaoe <>r sitting to he advertised for 
three months, together with a list of claims for hearing. The claimants were thus 
afforded every poportunity for preparing their cases and bringing their witnesses 
before the commission, at very little expense to themselves. The evidence was 
of a more satisfactory nature than that previously furnished by the disputing 
claimants, thereby facilitating the preparation of reports and rendering of decisions 
in the various cases submitted. 

Another class of claims preferred under the " Manitoba Act" consisted of what are 
known as the " staked claims." They did not come within the purview of the Act, 
and could not therefore be entertained as first presented to the Department. Subse- 
quently, they were dealt with under the provisions of Orders in Council dated respect- 
ively the 20th April, 1876, and 25th February, 1881. Under the latter Order certain 
claims admitted to have been staked out by the claimants in June or the beginning of 
July, 1870, were divided into three classes, and rulings laid down for the disposal of 
them, by allowing the claimants homestead entry to the extent of 160 acres, or by 
homestead entry and purchase, or by purchase only, according to the facts in the 
respective cases. 

In 1873, as soon as the settlement surveys and plans were sufficiently advanced 
to admit of letters patent being prepared, public notices and circulars were issued, 
informing all intending claimants that their applications for patents, with the neces- 
sary evidence in support thereof, would be received. Many applications were 
soon fyled in the Winnipeg Office; these were ere long followed by the commence- 
ment of the issue of patents for parish lots ; and 2,730 applications for patents 
under the Manitoba Act have been received, 2,562 of which have been approved 
and patents have issued. The " staked claims " would increase the number of 
applications about 25 per cent. 184 cases of " conflicting claims " w x ere 
dealt with as provided for by the Act 38 Vic., chap. 53. Of these, 11 were 
investigated and reported upon by the late Hon. Alexander Morris, who was 
appointed sole commissioner under the Act, on the 3rd of December, 1875. Mr. 
Morris resigned the appointment, after leaving Manitoba, at the expiration of his term 
of office as Lieutenant-G-overnor, and the late Chief Justice Wood was appointed 
commissioner in his stead on the 23rd of May, 1878. The Chief Justice disposed of 
112 additional cases. Of the remainder, a number were amicably settled by the 
interested parties, and were consequently withdrawn from the list of conflicting 
claims, and dealt with in the ordinary course. Shortly after the creation of the 
Land Board, Chief Justice Wood's appointment as commissioner was cancelled, and 
it was provided that one of the duties of the Board should be to investigate such 
claims in connection with other land matters in dispute, and all cases which were 
still undisposed of were accordingly referred to the Board, under authority of the 
Orders in Council of the 20th February, 1882, and 14th June, 1884. 108 claims 
to lands in St. Peter's parish, which were found not to come within the meaning 
of the Manitoba Act, were investigated and reported upon under a joint commis- 
sion, issued pursuant to an arrangement made between the Department of the 
Interior and the Department of Indian Affairs, on account of the lands being within 

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the limits of an Indian reserve. The commissioners were officers from both Depart- 
ments, Mr. E. McColl representing the Indian Department, and Mr. A. H. Whitcher 
the Interior. The claims referred to were chiefly made by or through Indians 
who had become parties to the treaty of August, 1871, and were in receipt of 
annuities thereunder. A few other claims in the same parish were recommended 
under the Manitoba Act, and have been approved and patents have issued. 

Through the means described, all claims to land by virtue of occupation at the 
time of the transfer of the North-West to Canada have been disposed of, except about 
60 in various parishes which are in course of settlement, and most of these are 
awaiting evidence, which the interested parties have been notified to furnish, but 
have not yet furnished, or are cases in which issue of patent has been withheld 
pending payment of Grasshopper Belief Mortgages. 

HAY AND COMMON RIGHTS. 

The provisions contained in sub-section 5 of section 32, of 33 Vic, chap. 3, for 
ascertaining and adjusting, on fair and equitable terms, the rights of common, and 
rights of cutting hay, held and enjoyed by the settlers in the Province, and for the 
commutation of the same, were given effect to by the appointment of a commission 
composed of Messrs. (now Judges) Bain and Dubuc, whose report and recommenda- 
tions were embodied in and approved by an Order in Council dated the 17th of April, 
1874, under authority of which grants of land and scrip have been made from time 
to time in commutation of these rights. 

From the foregoing, it will be observed that full provision was made for the 
settlement of all claims arising out of the tenure of land in any form at or prior 
to the transfer of Rupert's Land and the North-West Territories to Canada. 

It is expected that the few remaining cases of Manitoba Act claims will be dis- 
posed of during the coming year. If any such claims have not been brought to the 
notice of the Department, the onus of the delay rests with the claimants, as they 
have had ample time and repeated opportunities afforded them for taking action 
during the past seventeen years. 

RAILWAYS. 

There has been a good deal of discussion in Parliament respecting the estimate 
made in 1883 by Sir Charles Tupper, upon a short memorandum I had prepared for 
his information, as to the revenue likely to be derived from Dominion Lands. The 
result has proved that the estimate was too hopeful; but this, I think, is a proper 
time to point out that there are facts in connection with the revenue to which it 
related that have been entirely over-looked. 

The lands which the Government intended selling at thedatewhen this predic- 
tion was made have since either been thrown open for free homestead entry, as, fori 
example, the even-numbered sections in Southern Manitoba and the south-eastern! 
portion of the Territories, which were then under reserve for the purpose of being 
•sold ; or have been granted to colonization railway companies, as, for instance, thej 
Manitoba South-Western Railway Company, the Manitoba North-Western Railway 

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Company, and others. The total mileage <>r railways dow actually constructed in 
Manitoba and the North- West Territories, for which free grants of land have been 
made wince the date of the prediction referred to, is as follows: — 

Milea. 

Manitoba South-Western Railway 212 

Manitoba North- Western Kail way 205 

Shell River Branch of same , 1T5 

Canadian Pacific Railway — Ken may and Melita Branch 75 

do Glenboro' Branch 17 

Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway 248 

North- West Coal and Navigation Company 109 

Alberta Railway and Coal Company 60 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway to Red Deer, about 100 

North-West Central 50 

Total 1,087-5 

Assuming the cost of constructing these lines to be not more than the value of 
the land subsidy at the regulation price, (6,400 acres per mile, at $2.50 per acre, or 
$16,000 per mile), lands have been earned by these several companies to the whole 
amount of $17,400,000. 

In addition to this, there is every prospect that the following railway companies 
will shortly have constructed the mileage set opposite their names : — 

Miles. 

Calgary and Edmonton (remainder of line to Edmonton) 90 

Calgary and Edmonton, south to boundary 150 

North-West Coal and Navigation Co., to Crow's Nest Pass 100 

Manitoba North-Western Railway to Prince Albert ,. . 225 

Great North- West Central Hy. (remainder of line to Battleford) 400 

Wood Mountain and Qu'Appelle Railway.. 240 

Lake Manitoba Railway and Canal Company 17 

Brandon and South- Western Railway 17 

Red Deer Valley Railway and Coal Company 55 

Lac Seul Railway 18 

Manitoba and Sou th-Eastern Railway 110 



Total 1,422 



When this has been done the companies will be entitled under their charters to 
lands to the value, at $2.50 per acre, of $22,752,000. 

In addition to these lines, there is the Winnipeg and Hudson's Bay Railway, of 
which 40 miles are ironed but not quite completed, and in regard to which there is 
a prospect of immediate construction. Assuming the length of this road to be 650 
miles, and the land grant to be no greater in value than that to the other companies 
(although in the North-West Territories it is 12,800 acres per mile), the lands 
which will have been earned when the road has been built will be worth 
$10,400,000. 

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It will thus be seen that although the Government have not received in money 
they have received in money's worth from the lands disposed of, a proportion of the 
sum mentioned in my memorandum to Sir Charles Tupper as likely to be realized, 
which is surprisingly large, considering the several depressing and wholly unexpected 
occurrences which have affected all the interests of Manitoba and the Territories. 

MILEAGE OF RAILWAYS IN MANITOBA, THE NORTH WEST TERRITORIES AND 

BRITISH COLUMBIA. 

In relation to the next preceding paragraph the following table, compiled from 
the most reliable sources, will be found of some interest. 

Manitoba — Miles. 

Main Line Canadian Pacific Eailway 313 

Branch Lines, Canadian Pacific Eailway 523*1 

Northern Pacific and Manitoba Railway 265*6 

Manitoba North-Western Railway 250 

Hudson's Bay Railway 40 

Great North- West Central Railway 50 

,1,441-7 

North- West Territories — 

Main Line Canadian Pacific Railway 752 

Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway.. 246*8 
Alberta Railway and North-West Coal and Naviga- 
tion Companies 173 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway — completed 93 

do (under construction to Edmonton) 97 

1,361*8 

British Columbia — 

Main Line, Canadian Pacific Railway 519 

New Westminster Branch, Canadian Pacific Railway. 9*2 

Vancouver to Coal Harbour, do ... 1*2 

Mission Branch do ... 11 

Columbia and Kootenay Railway do ... 28*5 

Shuswap and Okanagon Ry. (under construction)... 50 

618-9 

Total 3,422*4 

Mileage of Branch Lines Constructed in 1890. 
Manitoba — Miles. 

Souris Branch — Ken may to Hartney 34*7 

Under construction from Hartney south-west and 

neatly completed 37*8 

Glenboro' Extension 27*5 

100*0 

North- West 'Territories — 

Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway. 246*8 

Calgary and Edmonton 93 

339*8 

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British Columbia — 

Mission Brunch 11 

Columbia and Kootcnay Railway (C.P.E.) 28-5 

Sbuswap and Okanagon Kv. (under construction)... 50 

89-5 

Total 529-3 



Note. — The above includes only lines owned or operated by the Canadian 
Pacific. The following lines have also been extended during the year : — 
Manitoba North-Western, 
Northern Pacific and Manitoba, 
Great North-West Central, 
Alberta Coal and Navigation Co. 

Construction Contemplated during the Year (1891) by the Canadian Pacific Railway. 
Manitoba — 

Miles. 
Souris Branch Extension, from Melita to coal fields in Assi- 

niboia 85 

Extension of Glenboro' Branch 13 

North- West Territories — 

Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Saskatchewan Railway Extension 

from Saskatoon to North Saskatchewan 2S 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway — to complete line to 

Edmonton ■ 97 

Calgary and Edmonton Railway to Old Man's River, near 

Fort Macleod 110 

207 

British Columbia — 

Shuswap and Okanagon Railway, under construction and to 

be completed this year 50 

383 

Note. — Between 50 and 60 miles of the extension to the coal fields will be in 
Assiniboia, N.W.T. 



GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES. 

J Part III of this report relates to the government of the North-West Territories. 
His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor speaks in most satisfactory terms con- 
cerning the crops of last year throughout the Territories, as well as of business 
in the ranching districts ; and with the increased railway facilities referred to in his 
report, the prospect for the future is most promising. 

Mention is made of the fact that His Honour's territorial advisers are devoting 
I themselves to the task of promoting immigration by bringing the attention of the 
European public to the great natural advantages which the Territories possess. In 

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this connection also reference is made to the visit of the delegated farmers from 
England, and the benefits likely to accrue therefrom ; also to the recent passage 
through the Territories of their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of 
Connaught. 

The report of the Board of Education shows that at the close of the quarter 
ending June last, there were 195 schools in operation in the Territories, with 224 
teachers and 5,398 pupils; an increase of 31 schools, 41 teachers and 824 pupils, as 
compared with the previous year. 

During the year Union Schools were established in Lacombe, Moosomin, Moose 
Jaw and Prince Albert School districts, in addition to those already in existence at 
Eegina and Calgary. 



DISTRICT OF KEEWATIN. 

Part VI of this report is a brief summary by His Honour Lieutenant-Governor 
Schultz, of the state of aifairs in the District of Keewatin. 

The entire absence of contagious diseases, as well as of crime, in the district, is 
reported by His Honour, the latter being chiefly owing to the prevention of the 
introduction among the Indians of intoxicating drinks, for which credit is due to 
the officers and men of the North- West Mounted Police. 

The several reports mentioned by His Honour as having been made to the De 
partment during the year are as follows : — 

Report upon the navigability of Lake Winnipeg, which was referred to the 
Marine Department. 

Report upon the Indian population of Keewatin. Referred to the Department 
of Indian Affairs. 

Report upon the wreck of the patrol boat " Keewatin," during a storm on 
Lake Winnipeg, on the 8th September, 1890. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

A. M. BURGESS, 

Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. 



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No. 1. 
EEPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF DOMINION LANDS. 



Office of the Dominion Lands Commission, 

Winnipeg, 1st November, 1890. 
Co the Hon. Edgar Dewdney, 

Minister of the Interior, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to report as follows concerning the business of the 
)epartment of Interior under my control for the year ending 31st October, 1890, and 
especting other matters closely connected therewith. 

Work of Commissioner's Office. 

The following is the work performed by my office during the year, so far a- it 
an be presented in tabulated form : — 

Correspondence Branch. 

Month. Letters received. Sent. 

November 2,613 2,658 

December 2,621 2,533 

January 2,359 2,754 

February 1,728 1,935 

March 2,137 2,078 

April 2,056 2,493 

May 2,509 2,528 

June 2,923 2,823 

July 2,816 2,961 

August 2,489 2,519 

September 2,228 2,194 

October 1,638 2,046 



Total for the year 28,117 29,522 

Cancellation Branch. 

Cancellations carried out 873 

do refused 136 

do cases pending 168 



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This statement shows only the cancellations carried out on Land Board orders : 
e cancellations carried out by agents on abandonment by homesteaders are not 
Eluded. 

Patents Branch. 

Applications for patent approved 1,470. 

The following table gives a comparison of the chief branches of the work per- 
med and the cost of the office for this year, as compared with each previous year 
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33,309 
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28,117 


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5,213 

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2,226 


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A. 1891 



It will be noticed that there has been a decrease compared with last year, botl 
in the amount of work performed and in the cost of operation. The decrease in th 
number of applications for cancellation applied for and in the number of cancella 
tions ordered is not a matter for regret. It indicates that there are fewer homesteac 
entries liable to cancellation, and consequently that the settlers are complying with 
the settlement conditions of the Land Act better than formerly. This is an encour 
aging sign, as it seems to show that the condition of the farmers is more prosperous 
and that they do not need to desert their lands for work elsewhere 

The fact that the number of applications for patent has fallen off might appeal 
at first sight to contradict the theory that homestead duties are now being bette] 
performed, but in reality it does not. As a rule, it takes settlers longer than thre* 
years to earn their patents, many not completing their duties until four or five year 
from the date of entry. Consequently, a very large number of those who becam< 
entitled to patents this year are those who made entry about 1885. The number o 
homestead entries granted during that year was the smallest granted since the 3^eai 
1878, and was only about one-fourth of what had been granted three years previously 
This, I think, accounts for a smaller number of people than usual being entitled tx 
patent this year. The decrease of work in this branch is, therefore, I consider, bu 
temporary 

The decrease in the correspondence is accounted for partly by the decrease o 
work in the foregoing branches, and partly because, by arrangement with the hea< 
office, this office. and the local agencies, there has been an endeavour to minimiz 
correspondence by dispensing with letters of acknowledgement, covering letter 
when transmitting files, &c. 

The reduction in the cost of the office, though not in exactly the same propoi 
tion as'the decrease in work, is appreciable. This is the first year since its establish 
ment that the cost of the office has not exceeded that of the previous year. Th 
cost is now less than it has been in any year since 1884-85. During your visit t 
the North-West this summer I, in conjunction with the Deputy Minister, submitte< 
to you suggestions for certain changes in connection with this office and the rest ( 
the outside service of the Department, with a view to lessening work and reducin 
expenditure. To some of these proposals, viz., those relating to cancellation procc 
dure, you have signified your assent. These will go into force with the new depar 
mental year. The remainder are still under your consideration. 

Dominion Lands Agencies. 
The work performed by the Dominion Lands Agencies being dealt with by Mi 
Gordon, the Inspector of Agencies, in his report, I do not think there is any necessit 
for my making special reference thereto. 

Homestead Inspection. 
The following statement shows the work of the Homestead Inspection Servic 
during the year. 

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I 

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W. H. Allison 

T. 1 1. Aikman 

J. J. Arsenault 

W. ( '. de Ballinhard (7 months) 

R. S. Park 

John Rogers 

Thomas Swan, deceased, (2 months) 

I [omestead rasped ions performed by forest rangers, in 
telligence officers and others 

Total 



No. of 

Inspections 

made. 



IOC, 
434 
337 
322 
253 
413 
351 
68 

4! 15 



8,079 



No. of 

Applications for 

Patent taken. 



151 
100 
108 
100 

37 
158 

66 

15 



rss 



No. of 
Miles traveller. 



5,782 
4,088 
4,073 
3,086 
3,238 
4,S41 






4,048 
776 



32,032 



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I may mention that the revenue derived during the year from the fees collected 
by the Inspectors for taking applications for patent lias been $1,950. This is the 
■ret complete year thai the system of collecting fees for this work has been in opera- 
tion. The reasons for its being adopted were given in my lasl report. 

Seed Grain Repayments. 

Owing to the light crop in the North-West Territories in 1889 no special efforts 
were made during the year to collect repayments of seed grain advance-. 

The sum paid in since my last report by settlers on account of the advances 
made in Assiniboia and Saskatchewan in 1887 has been $1,894.12. Somewhat more 
than half of these advances has now been repaid. The crop of this year having been 
a much better one than that of 1889, it is only reasonable to suppose that next year's 
repayments will exceed those of this year. 

The amount received during the year on account of the advances made at the 
time of the grasshopper visitation in 1876 has been $2,999.55. 

Crops, and General Condition of the Country. 

Manitoba and the North-West Territories have reason to be satisfied with this 
year's crop. Though the expectations which were formed during the summer have 
not been quite realized, the result of the harvest, on the whole, is above the average. 
The chief drawbacks have been some local damage from hail and frost, and the wet 
weather that has prevailed generally during harvest time. During the early part of 
the summer the weatber was everything that could be desired for favourable growth, 
the dry season of 1889 being followed by plenty of moisture. On the 2nd August a 
hail storm passed over a considerable district in Southern Manitoba, by which it is 
estimated a loss of 500,000 bushels of wheat, 250,000 bushels of oats and 20,000 
bushels of barley was occasioned. Later in August summer frosts affected the grain 
in certain localities, but the damage done was not widespread or heavy. About a 
third of the crop is estimated to have been cut before there was any frost; another 
third is thought to have been too mature for the few degrees of frost there were to 
affect it; and of the remaining third only a small proportion, viz., that in particular 
districts, was touched. A great deal of rain fell in the latter part of August and 
during September, which caused a large quantity of grain to be left in tbe fields for 
a considerable time, with the result that some of the wheat sprouted or became 
otherwise so injured in quality as to seriously affect its market value. Making 
allowance for losses from the first two causes, however, and deducting the probable 
quantity of grain rendered utterly unmarketable by the rain, I do not think, basing 
my opinion on the Local Government's reports and information derived from other 
sources, that the average yield per acre in Manitoba is likely to be less than 22 
bushels of wheat, 40 bushels of oats and 30 bushels of barley. The total yield for 
the Province will, on this basis, be about 16,000,000 bushels of wheat, 9,500,000 
bushels of oats and 2,000,000 bushels of barley. As far as the Territories are 
concerned, there are no means of making a very accurate estimate ; but from infor- 
mation I have obtained from those who are well qualified to express an opinion on 
the subject, I fancy the average yield per acre is about the same as that of this 
Province. There can be no doubt that the crop has been excellent as regards 
quantity, but its quality, so far as wheat is concerned, is not what was at one time 
hoped for. The rain and the frosts have reduced the value of the wheat crop, 
as estimated in August, by about 30 or 40 per cent. There will probably be 
10,000,000 bushels of wheat exported, and as the price being paid is high, and likely 
to continue so, the farmers, especially those who by careful stacking have kept 
uheir grain in fairly good condition, will, on the whole, find the season has been a 
profitable one. The sample of oats is, I believe, very good ; and root crops have done 
pery well in both the Territories and Manitoba. 

I have not heard of much damage being done this year by gophers,whose ravages 
ast year were very serious. The increased rainfall perhaps accounts for this to some 
Jxtent ; but I have no doubt that the distribution of traps by this Department to 

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the settlers for the destruction of these vermin has materially tended to lessen loss 
to the crops from this source. The traps in question were forwarded to me for dis- 
tribution to the various agricultural societies in the Territories, who, in turn, distri- 
buted them to the settlers in their respective districts. The societies are to make 
returns of the number of gophers destroyed by the traps received by them, which 
you will receive in due course. 

I think it is safe to expect a considerably increased acreage being put under 
crop next year, although the delay in getting the harvest in has somewhat interfered 
with fall ploughing. The heavy fall rains insure the ground being sufficiently moist 
to give an early start to the growth of the next crop. Business men appear to be 
well satisfied and hopeful for the future, and to be making preparations for extend- 
ing their operations. Eeal estate is more active than it has been for some time, and 
p. considerable amount of building has been done in Winnipeg and in other towns to 
the west, which is a practical exemplification of the confidence felt in the prospects 
of the country. 

Railway Construction. 

There has been great activity in the construction of railways in the North-West 
since my last report, which indicates that the faith of capitalists in the country has 
not been shaken by the somewhat unsatisfactory crop of 1889. 

Twenty-four miles of track have been laid by the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company on the 58f miles of its branch from Kenmay to Melita graded last year, 
and the balance of the track is to be laid this season. This company has also 
graded 27J miles west of Glenboro', on its south-western branch. Of this extension 
13J miles has been tracked, and the balance is to be completed before the winter. 

The Manitoba and North-Western Railway Company has tracked and put in 
operation its extension from Saltcoats to Yorkton, some 1*7 miles. 

The Alberta Railway and Coal Company has now completed its extension from 
Lethbridge to the International Boundary, where it connects with a line running to 
Great Falls, Montana. 

The Calgary and Edmonton Railway has laid about 65 miles of track, and, it is 
thought, will be completed as far as the Red Deer River this fall. 

The Regina and Long Lake Railway, running from Regina to Prince Albert, 
has been finished this season and is now in operation. 

The advantage which will result to the North- West from these additions to its 
transport facilities will be very considerable. The last three roads referred to will 
particularly assist in the country's development. The Alberta Railway and Coal 
Company's line will greatly stimulate the coal mining industry in the Lethbridge 
district, as it opens a new market for North- West coal. The railways from 
Calgary to Edmonton, and from Regina to the Saskatchewan, open to settlement 
large tracts of country of great fertility and plentifully supplied with wood and 
water, which are capable of sustaining an immense agricultural population. 

Immigration. 

I have no statistics as to the number of people who have come into the country 
during the year; but, in my opinion, this season's immigration, while perhaps not 
unusually large in point of numbers, has been satisfactory so far as the class of 
settlers is concerned. Everything points to a considerable increase in settlement 
next year. The large appropriation made by Parliament last Session for immigra- 
tion purposes, combined with the fairly good crop of this year, must result in consi- 
siderably augmenting the population of the North-West. During the year delegates 
representing the tenant farmers of Great Britain and Ireland have been making a 
thorough inspection of Manitoba and the Territories. As far as lean learn, they 
are very well satisfied with their visit, and much impressed with the country as a 
field for settlement. The publication of their report and the information they will 
disseminate on their return to the British Isles will not fail, I think, to induce a large 
number of practical agriculturists to make their homes here. The farmers' excur- 
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sions from Ontario have been continued this season by the Canadian Pacific Railway 
Company, and have probably been the means of inducing many in the Eastern 
Provinces, who were considering the advisability of removing to a new district, that 
their sons might obtain land near them, to settle in the Canadian "North-West in pre- 
ference to a foreign country. 

A great many enquiries have lately been directed to me and to the local agents 
by settlers in Dakota for information about the Canadian North-West, particularly 
concerning the land laws and the best localities in which to take up land. A consi- 
derable number of the enquirers have been Canadians. From the information these 
letters contain it is very evident that, in consequence of a long succession of bad 
seasons, the condition of the farmers in both the Dakotas, particularly in South 
Dakota, is very deplorable, and that a very considerable number are desirous of 
leaving for some more favourable place for the prosecution of agricultural pursuits. 
Several families have already crossed the boundary and taken up land on the Cana- 
dian side, and some delegations have also been exploring portions of our territory, 
with a view to finding suitable districts for themselves and their neighbours, for 
whom they are acting, to settle in. 

Mennonites. 

Among the delegations just referred to have been some from Mennonite settle- 
ments in Dakota. I learn that these particular delegations have returned very 
much pleased with what they have seen of the country, and that in the spring a 
colony of American Mennonites will be formed somewhere along the line of the 
Manitoba and North-Western Eailway. In view of the rumours which were cir- 
culated some little time ago, that the Canadian Mennonites were leaving for the 
United States, this is worthy of attention. I have recently made enquiries as to the 
alleged emigration of our own Mennonites, and have ascertained the following 
interesting particulars : Two years ago there was a movement among the 
Mennonites in Southern Manitoba in favour of migrating to Oregon, and a delegation 
was sent by certain families to inspect the Pacific States of the Union and report as 
to their suitability for Mennonite settlement. The only reason for desiring a change 
was a wish to find a place where the winter was not so long and severe as in Manitoba. 
The delegation, on its return, reported against any movement to the United States ; 
but ten families, however, left for Oregon and bought farms there, in Polk County. 
Of these, three have already returned, and the remaining seven intend returning. Those 
who have came back report that the season there is too short for successful grain 
firming, and that they found the winter too wet and the summer too dry. They also 
say that the cost of land is too much, the price of farms ranging from $12 to $44 per 
acre. Those who came back had bought lands, but disposed of them before leaving 
at considerable loss. There are no other German-speaking people there, but it was 
thought that others would follow those who went, and that a German colony would 
be established ; for, it is said, almost ail the land in Oregon being in the hands of 
loan and mortgage companies, there would have been no difficulty about buying all 
the lands in Polk County. Some of the Mennonites who remain in Oregon would 
already have returned could they have found purchasers for the lands they have 
bought. Those who went to the States sold their lands in Southern Manitoba to 
other Mennonites living there. Those of them who have come back have, with one 
exception, re-purchased their old places, and the one who did not get his own farm 
purchased land elsewhere in the settlement. They have had to pay higher prices 
than what they sold for, one paying $300 extra and allowing the vendor to take 
off the growing crop. 

From all I can learn, the Mennonites in this country are contented and prosper- 
ous, many of them having become quite wealthy. 

Crofters. 

The Crofter colonies established by the British Government's Colonization 
Board in Manitoba and the North-West Territories have progressed favourably during 

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the year. The Killarney settlement is now self-supporting, the progress it has- 
made being very encouraging. This year the heads of the families there had an 
average of 35 acres of land each under cultivation, and they have broken an addi- 
tional 15 acres each, on an average, for next year. The good harvest has given 
them a plentiful return for their industry. There are now in the settlement 81 oxen, 
62 cows, 50 heifers, 37 steers, 5 bulls, 813 chickens, 33 pigs and 5 sheep. The Salt- 
coats settlement is in a much better position than last year. Though not yet as 
advanced as the Killarney settlement there is no reason why it should not be in as 
good a position when it has been in existence for the same length of time. The 
average area cropped by each of the heads of families during the year was 5 acres, 
and an additional average area of 4 acres each has been broken for cropping next 
spring. The colony possesses 75 oxen. 59 cows, 36 heifers, 24 steers, 4 bulls and 277 
chickens. 

During the summer eighteen members of this colony have abandoned their 
homesteads, and they are now working at Eat Portage and elsewhere. These are 
Crofters who refused to take the lands selected for them before their arrival, and 
selected homesteads for themselves which they considered more suitable. They 
have now become dissatisfied with their own choice, the lands they chose being 
farther from the railway than the locations intended for them, and they have con- 
sequently concluded to give up farming. Their removal is entirely their own act, 
and is in opposition to the advice given them by those interested in their welfare. 

Since my last report the Colonization Board has appointed a local sub-committee, 
in Winnipeg, through which communications from the Board to its agent pass, and 
which it asks for advice upon matters arising from time to time in connection 
with its colonies. This committee consists of myself, as chairman, Mr. W. B. Scarth, 
M. P., Land Commissioner of the Canada North-West Land Company ; Mr. L. A. 
Hamilton, Land Commissioner of the Canadian Pacific Eailway Company; Mr. A. 
F. Eden, Land Commissioner of the Manitoba and North-Western Eailway Company ; 
and Mr. J. H. Lawson, Land Commissioner of the Hudson's Bay Company. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

H. H. SMITH, 

Commissioner of Dominion Lands. 



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No. 2. 
REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF MINES. 



Department of the Interior, 

Office of the Superintendent of Mines, 

Calgary, 31st December, 1890. 
The Commissioner of Dominion Lands. 

Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Sir, — I have the honour to report through you to the Honourable the Minister of 
the Interior on the work of my office for the past twelve months. 

As noticed in my last annual report, I was at the time of writing it engaged in 
the inspection of the lands which the Canadian Pacific Railway Company desired to 
reject, which together with a trip to Ottawa occupied my time fully until late in 
March. 

In April, I visited Revelstoke and Lethbridge ; in May, Canmore and Banff; in 
June, the Porcupine Hills and a considerable extent of the ranching district. In 
July I met you in Winnipeg and afterwards visited Banff In August I went to 
Canmore and made several inspections in the vicinity of Calgary. In September I 
visited Revelstoke and also Lethbridge, and in October I inspected some stock trails 
and went to Golden and Lethbridge. 

Reports embodying the results of the foregoing inspections were forwarded to 
you from time to time. 

Stock Interests. 

Last winter proved unusually severe and trying for stock, but outside of the 
immediate vicinity of the Bow River, between Calgary and the Blackfoot Indian 
Reserve, the losses to range cattle were light. The severity of the weather however 
caused the calf crop to be much less than it otherwise would have been. The past 
summer was an admirable one for grazing. 

There would appear to be an inclination on the part of stockmen to wean the 
calves, providing feed for them as well as for the weaker cows. If this system is 
generally adopted there is no doubt that the loss incident to the results of severe 
winters will be materially lessened, and after moderate seasons the unused provender 
can without any appreciable loss be carried over to the succeeding year, or until 
actually required. 

Sheep Raising. 

This industry is doing fairly well. The veiy low price obtainable for wool has 
however prevented its expansion at the rate which would otherwise have obtained. 
Had the rates been ordinarily high the condition would have been at least as favour- 
able as with our neighbours to the south of the 49th para .«.' . 

Horses. 

The outlook in this regard appears to be very bright and promising. Every year 
a great many high class stallions are imported, chiefly from England, though a great 
many come from Kentucky and the eastern provinces of Canada. Already is the 
influence of this importation perceptible, and ere long it is unquestionable that as 
high a class of horse will be obtainable in the North-West as anywhere. Ever condi- 
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in muscle, and sound in hoofs and lungs. Some men, whose opinions are worthy of 
careful consideration, have asserted that there was a danger of the offspring growing 
too large, that is, to a size far beyond what would generally in the east be obtained 
from the same sires and dams. The change of climate, pasturage and water, 
unlimited in quantity and extent and unequalled in quality, as well as the immensity 
of the ranges, would naturally tend to produce this result. It will be interesting to 
note the change that actually does take place under these conditions. 



Dairy Products. 

It is to be regretted that more development cannot be reported in this branch 
of farming. The chief obstacle would appear to be the high price of labour and the 
impossibility sometimes of obtaining it at any cost. Those who possess the neces- 
sary knowledge and skill — and there must be many in Great Britain and the Eastern 
provinces — to qualify them for undertaking this business, or who would devote 
themselves to acquiring it, have a splendid opening here worthy of their serious 
consideration and attention. The locations suitable, that'is possessing every natural 
advantage, are practically without limit, and the market which is to the west is 
ever growing. At present the demand for dairy products is very much in excess of 
the supply, and this disproportion is from present appearances more inclined to 
increase than diminish. With the abundant and nutritious grasses, pure water, the 
cool nights of the foot-hills country, and the minimum of annoyance from flies and 
other insects, as well as the best of conditions for curing and keeping milk, butter 
and cheese, the quality of these products should be beyond competition. 



Poultry and Eggs. 

In former reports the favourable opening for those who are inclined to go in for 
this branch of production has been commented upon : it might, however, be 
as well to again direct public attention thereto. There is a very heavy demand, and, 
as in dairy supplies, the market is likely to be an increasing one for many years 
to come. 

Crops. 

For the purpose of considering its crop yield for the past season the North- 
West Territories may be divided into two portions by an imaginary line com- 
mencing where the International Boundary intersects Range 32 west of 1st Principal 
Meridian; and running from thence in a north-westerly direction to the west end of 
the Moose Mountain, thence to a point on the South Saskatchewan due north of Swift 
Current, and thence south-westerly to about the headwaters of Mosquito Creek. 

South of this line the rainfall during the past season has been too slight to 
properly mature the crops, though in very few instances have the crops been total 
failures. At some points in this district they were, in fact, fair ; but in the majority 
of cases they were inferior. 

North of this line the crops were large, though in the greater portion of Assini- 
boia the wet harvest materially reduced the yield and quality. 

Throughout the whole of the North-West there has been more than the usual 
amount of precipitation of moisture during the autumn, so that for next year's 
crop the prospects are very hopeful. 

Even in those portions of the country where there was a deficiency of rain-fall 
the crops were good where the soil was heavy and well cultivated, except in some 
few localities where the prevalence of strong, hot winds about the time the grain 
was heading out almost destroyed stalk and prevented the ears from filling out as 
they otherwise would have done. 

Prairie Fires. 

This is a matter which is probably at present of more importance to the Terri- 
tories i han any other. 
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If the occurrence of these fires could he prevented for even tour or five years 
such an improvement would be apparent in certain portions of the country that 

they would hardly be identified. 

Unless some means of checking these fires can be brought into operation those 
districts where precipitation is light and the soil at all gravelly will become almost 
absolutely useless for pasturage, which is, and for many years must be, their chief if 
not their only source of revenue. 

There is no doubt that organization on the lines of volunteer tire brigades would 
tend greatly to lessen the wide-spread destruction which these fires occasion, parti- 
cularly in the partially settled districts. As it is at present, unless a settler who 
sees a fire is certain that it is making directly for his property he is indifferent as 
to how far it spreads. The results of regulations which would secure efficient fire 
guardians in every district and the proper turning out of the settlers in any locality 
where a fire makes its appearance to extinguish it would be extremely beneficial. 
An organization somewhat similar to that in force in the Mormon Settlement at 
Lee's Creek for this purpose would, I think, if adopted in other settled parts of 
the country, serve to greatly reduce the number and extent of these fires. 

Shipments of Live stock to Great Britain. 

During the past summer a considerable number of beef-cattle were shipped to- 
Great Britain with, it is reported, satisfactory results. 

This year also witnessed a new departure in the exportation of stock, viz., some 
shipments of store cattle to Great Britain. 

It is understood that the horsemen of Alberta intend next season to ship, more 
as an advertisement of the stock being reared in the North-West than for the purposes 
of sale, a small consignment of horses toGreat Britain, probably one or two car-loads. 
It is generally understood that the Farmers' Delegates from Great Britain were very 
favourably impressed with the capabilities of the country in this line. 

Tree Culture. 

So far as experiments in this line have been carried on with any degree of per- 
sistency, success has been fairly well attained. 

The more the question is looked into the more it becomes manifest that the 
maximum of success will be reached only by the establishment of local nurseries, 
which will grow trees from seeds obtained from districts where climatic and other 
conditions are similar to those of the North-West. 

Tanneries, Natural Gas and Diamond Drills. 

On these points I would repeat what I have said in former reports. I still think 
the establishment of tanneries would be not only a good investment but would result 
in great benefit to the stock-raising districts, that tests for natural gas are important 
in view of the advantages which would result from them if successful, and that the 
time is opportune for the formation of a Diamond Drill Company. 

Smelters. 

During the past season two smelters have been established, one at Eevelstoke, 
the other at Golden. 

The latter is just about completed but will not be able to begin operations until 
next spring, when, it is anticipated, a plentiful supply of ore may be obtained. 

The one at Eevelstoke was completed early in the summer, and obtained some 
ore to operate od. The proprietors expected to receive their principal supply from 
the Kootenay Lake district, but unfortunately the railway from the Kootenay Lake 
to the Columbia Eiver will not be completed in time for the supply to be available 
during the coming winter. Next season it is expected this smelter will be run to 
its fullest capacity. 

The establishment and working of these smelters will do more for mineral 
development than any other factor that has yet presented itself. They will undoubt- 

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edly result in a considerably larger out-put, and lead to the establishment of many 
more at these and other points. 

Railways.- 

The completion of the Great Falls and Canada Railway, running from Great 
Falls, Montana, to Lethbridge, will largely tend to the development of our coal-fields, 
and an increase in the out-put from the Lethbridge mines. This coal, I may say, 
appears to be taking extremely well with the public, both with regard to quality 
and price. 

The Calgary and Edmonton Eailway has been extended north about 100 miles. 
Before next harvest it will probably be completed to Edmonton, and in addition 100 
miles of it may be constructed south of Calgary. The northern portion of this road, 
that is from Calgary north, will open for settlement a large area of very attractive 
country. It will also, no doubt, be the means of drawing attention to the petroleum 
and other mineral deposits in the Peace, Athabaska and Mackenzie River Districts, 
to which, when they are sufficiently developed, it will very likely be ultimately 
extended. It is understood that these petroleum dejDosits have been visited during 
the year by representatives of the oil producing companies of the east. 

The completion of the line from Regina to Prince Albert during the past season 
will open up a large extent of country particularly attractive for settlement. This 
line, with the probable early construction of the branch from Saskatoon to Battleford, 
renders all the principal points at present established on the Saskatchewan easily 
accessible by railway from the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and,while 
no doubt contributing greatly to the importance of the latter road, brings within range 
of settlement an illimitable area hitherto lying unoccupied, and which offers natural 
advantages which must render it an important centre in future immigration. 

Coal. 

The Alberta Railway and Coal Company has now an output of 1,000 tons a day. 
Of this Canadian customers take about 300 or 400 tons ; the balance goes to the 
various business and mining centres of Montana. The company is still sinking shafts, 
and it is anticipated that by the first of July it will have increased its output to 2,000 
tons a day, and will have a market for that quantity if it can be forwarded. 

At Anthracite nothing has been done in the way of mining since February last. 
I understand that the company to which these mines belong has been reorganized 
and has obtained fresh capital, and that next season it will not only resume 
operations at Anthracite but will also open some of its Canmore properties. 

At Canmore the Canada North-West Coal and Lumber Syndicate is opening up 
what was known as the Brinkerhoff claim. The output from this mine is about 80 
tons per diem, but a tunnel is being constructed which, when completed, will 
intersect four seams of coal, enabling them all to be worked, so that in the future the 
output may be indefinitely increased. The seams intersected are of various qualities, 
so that a variety of requirements in coal can be met. 

The mines in the vicinity of Medicine Hat have it seems got into financial 
difficulties, with the result that there has been no output this year. 

The mines at Cochrane are not now being operated by the Canada North- West 
Coal and Lumber Syndicate, which seems to have devoted the whole of its energies 
to the development of the property at Canmore. The company, it is stated, intends 
shortly to open coking ovens, this coal being particularly valuable for the production 
of both gas and coke. 

Woollen Factory. 

A small woollen factory has been in operation in the vicinity of Calgary for some 
months past, the product being manufactured from Alberta wool, which for quality 
cannot be surpassed. This enterprise has lately been converted into a joint stock 
affair, so thai there is ovary prospect of its operations being largely extended. 
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Petroleum. 

In Townships 1 and 2, Ranges 29 and 30, west 4th Meridian, a large number of 
claims for petroleum have been staked out, bul during the past your nothing has 
been done in the way of development, and this, It is probable, will not lake place 
until there is a combination of interests, as the average claim holder has not the 
necessary capital wherewith to undertake the necessary operations. 

The more the valleys of the Bow River in the Rocky .Mountains and of its tribu- 
taries are explored the more convincing are the proofs of its resources in, certainly, 
coal, iron and copper and, probably, argentiferous galena and gold. 

It is not improbable that the day is not far distant when the establishment of 
iron producing^ works in these valleys will receive the earnest attention of 
capitalists. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 
WM. PEARCE, 

Superintendent of Mines. 



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No. 3. 



Department of the Interior, 

Office of the Inspector of Agencies, 

Winnipeg, Man., 31st October, 1890. 
H. H. Smith, Esq., 

Commissioner of Dominion Lands, 
Winnipeg, Man. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit, for the information of the Minister of the 
Interior, a report on the work of my office for the departmental year ending this 
day. 

Leaving Winnipeg on the 13th of November last I visited Lethbridge, Calgary, 
Banff and New Westminster, making an inspection of the agency at each of these 
points. 

At Lethbridge I found that the discovery of petroleum fields at the Crow's Nest 
was followed by the location of many claims by prospectors and others. Their 
inadvertence, however, in complying with the regulations, resulted in delay when 
application was made to record these claims, and this so largely increased the work 
of the office that the agent was eventually unable to cope with it, and much dissatis- 
faction was caused thereby. 

At Calgary I made arrangements for the transfer of the land and timber offices 
to more commodious quarters, the old ones having been found too small. These 
offices are much in need of increased desk accommodation and other furniture to 
facilitate the work of the officials. 

In December I visited Ottawa in connection with the work of the agencies, and 
from there went to New Westminster, to take over the land office upon Mr. Aikman's 
retirement, to instal his successor — Mr. John McKenzie — and arrange a division of 
the records to be transferred to the agency of the Kamloops district. 

On my way from Ottawa to British Columbia, in compliance with the sugges- 
tion of Mr. Burgess, I remained over at the Rocky Mountains Park to confer with 
Mr. Rothwell, law clerk of the Department. In February 1 returned to the Rocky 
Mountains Park to relieve the Superintendent during his absence in Ontario, but 
later came to Winnipeg to take charge of your office during your absence in Ottawa, 

Upon your return in March I resumed control of the office at the Rocky 
Mountains Park and remained there until the middle of April, when I visited Kan 
loops and arranged for the opening of the office for that district, and I subsequently 
visited the office at Calgary. 

During the month of May I was engaged in office work in Winnipeg. In June, 
previous to the removal of Mr. Whitcher to Ottawa, I made an inspection of the 
office for the Winnipeg district. 

In August, during your absence, I took charge of your office, and, as occasion 
permitted, visited Qu'Appelle to enquire into the dispute relating to hay lands 
amongst settlers in Township 20, Range 15 W. 2nd, and Brandon to look into certain 
irregularities alleged to ex^st there. An inspection of the office at Deloraine was 
also made during this month. 

In September inspections were made of the land and timber offices at Prince 
Albert, also of the land offices at Saltcoats, Birtle and Minnedosa. 

In October the offices at Lethbridge and Edmonton were inspected. 

In adddition to the work of inspecting the agencies on the ground, the work o 
my office has entailed the examination and comparison of 911 returns, and the pre- 
paration of 854 letters and reports. 
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The inspections of the several agencies have, as a general thing, shown their 
■fairs to be in a satisfactory condition. The reports of the results of these inspec- 
Ions have from time to time been submitted to you for the information of the Eton. 
the Minister oft he Interior. 

I enclose a statement of the returns of work done during the departmental 
year at the different agencies. 

I have flu; honour to be, Sir, 

your obedient servant. 

J. M. GORDON, 

Inspector of Agencies. 



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No. 4. 
TIMBER MINERAL AND GRAZING LANDS. 



Department of the Interior. 

Ottawa, 27th December, 1890. 
. M. Burgess. Esq., 

Deputy of the Minister of the Interior, 
Ottawa. 

Sir.— J have the honour to submit the eleventh annual report of the Timber, 
ineral and Grazing Lands Office of the Department of the Interior. 

Statements showing the revenue, amounting to $125,878.12, derived from 
rown timber, mineral and grazing lands, but exclusive of sales of mineral 
nds, for the Departmental year which ended on the 31st of October last, are appen- 
»d hereto, together with the reports of the Crown Timber Agents at Winnipeg, 
imonton, Calgary, Prince Albert and New Westminster, B.C. The above amount 
eludes the dues on timber and hay cut on school lands. 

The revenue exceeded that of last year by $23,145.51. There was an increase 
r timber dues of $25,878.79, for hay dues of $2,855.39, for stone quarries of $99.42 ; 
it a decrease for grazing lands of $5,840.03, for coal lands of $4.91, and for mining 
38 of $3.15. 

For the sake of reference and comparison, statements showing, both by Fiscal 
d Departmental years, the revenue received for timber, mineral and grazing land-. 
)m 1872 up to the 31st of October last, have been prepared, and may be found at 
e end of this report. 

The total revenue from the Winnipeg office amounted to $38,056.56, being an 
preasc of $3,246.62 as compared with the previous year. 

The price of lumber within the Winnipeg agency varies from $12.50 to $40 
[cording to the kind and quality of the lumber. There are nineteen mills in opera- 
bo within this agency cutting under Government license. 

The revenue received from the British Columbia Crown Timber agency during 
k last year was $45,485.09, an increase of $27,440.32. Of the amount collected, 
fc sum of $11,131.25 has been received for bonuses of berths put up to public competi- 
Jn. The total area so acquired was about 138 y^y square miles, averaging a bonus of 
10.16 per square mile. The total quantity of lumber manufactured for the year 
lounted to 13,546,943 feet, B.M., as compared with 23,759,942 feet, B.M., for last 
;ar, and sold at the rate of $9 to $10 per thousand. There are twelve mills cutting 
t iber within this agency. Their capacity, &c, are shown in Schedule "B," annexed 
t the agent's report. 

The total amount of dues collected for timber within the Calgary agency during 
' year amounted to $8,232.88, being a decrease of $8,578.24. The price of lumber 
■Calgary was from $12 to $18, at Cochrane $12 to $16, at Fort McLeod $15 to $4:5, 
i Leihbridge $30, and at Cypress Hills $13. Two saw mills were cutting lumber 
Ijthin this agency last year under Government license, and several portable mills 
* ler permit. 

The total amount of dues collected within the Edmonton agency was $4,910..")!'. 
1 Qg an increase of $868.86 as compared with the previous year. The price ot 
inber at Edmonton during the year was $20 to $23 per M. feet B.M., and at St. 
■bert $23 to $25. The agent reports three saw mills in operation within his 
«ancy. 

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The total amount of dues collected within the Prince Albert agency w 
$7,089.91, being an increase of $3,596.32 over the previous year. Lumber sold 
Prince Albert from $20 to $42 per thousand, and at Battleford from $30 to $ 
There is only one saw mill in this agency cutting timber under license, namely, t| 
one at Prince Albert erected by Messrs. Moore and Macdowall in 1876. There a 
however several saw mills at Prince Albert and Battleford cutting timber und 
permit. 

Saw mill returns received at the head office give the following quantities 
building material as having been manufactured and sold during the year whithin t 
rive agencies : — 

Manufactured. Sold. 

Sawn lumber 30,605,906 27,097,480 

Shingles 1.449,916 1,610,247 

Laths 156,402 142,146 

Sixty-four licenses to cut timber over a total area of 2,212*88 square miles we 
issued during the year. The areas licensed in the Province of Manitoba, the thr 
Provisional Territorial Districts, and on Dominion lands in the Province of Briti 
Columbia, are as follows : — 

Miles. 

Manitoba 575*33 

Alberta 1,336-4*7 

Assiniboia 59'75 

Saskatchewan . 197'83 

British Columbia 43*50 

The area under license in British Columbia appears small, seeing that t 
authority of Council has been obtained to issue licenses to cut timber on seven 
berths containing, approximately, a total area of 663 square miles, and that twen 
berths containing, approximately, a total area of 203 square miles, were acquired 1 
public competition. This is caused from the fact that the returns of surveys oft 
majority of these berths have not yet been filed here. The regulations provide th 
this must be done before a license issues. 

In addition to the 2,169-38 square miles in Manitoba and the North-West Ter 
tories, under yearly license, an area of 612 square miles is covered by twenty-o 
year leases, which were issued prior to December, 1883. Of this latter area, 3 
square miles are situated on the shores of Lake Wmnipegosis. The leases in qu 
tion were acquired by public auction. 

The number of applications received during the year to cut timber was 88, 
which 48 were for licenses to cut timber in Manitoba and the North-West Ter 
tories and the remainder to cut timber on Dominion lands in British Columbia. T 
number of applications during the previous year was 81. Within the past year 
Orders in Council, which authorized the issue of yearly licenses to applicants to c 
timber on lands in Manitoba and the North-West Territories upon their complyi 
with certain conditions, were cancelled for non-compliance. The total area of 
berths described in these Orders in Council was, approximately, 866 square mil 
The number of berths still under license or authorized to be licensed in the Provin 
and Territories is 165, and on Dominion lands in the Province of British Columbia 

MINING LANDS OTHER THAN GOAL. 

Returns from the Dominion lands agents show that during the past yt 
twenty entries were made for mining locations other than coal. The revenue fr( 
mining lands v,ther than coal for the year was $621.00, of which amount the sum 
$181 was received in payment for fees for entry, and for registration of assi^ 
incuts. The total area of mining locations sold up to date is 1,152.56 acres, whi 
realized $5,846.50. 

All minerals, with the exception of coal, on Dominion lands within the rail* 
bell in tl»e Province of British Columbia, are now administered under the mini 
laws of that Province. This is in accordance with an arrangement made betvve 
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fe federal and Provincial Governments, and I'atified by Orders in Council dated 
io 11th and 28th of February, L890. This agreement may be terminated al any 
me by either Government. 

During the year about 170 applications were filed with the agent of Dominion 
nds at Letbbridge lor petroleum locations situated in Townships 1 . -. 3 and 1. 
anges iJi* and 30, west of the 4th Meridian, and in Townships 1 and 2, Range 1 
est of the 5th Meridian, in the District of Alberta ; but as the applicants could not 
rnish affidavits in accordance with the requirements of the mining regulations 
at they had discovered petroleum on the locations applied for, entry could not 
en he granted to them. 

As it was thought that this provision of the regulations might operate to retard 
e development of lands supposed to contain petroleum, it was amended by an 
rder in Council of the 18th of December, 1890, so that now an applicant who has 
herwise complied with the requirements of the regulations is able to obtain an 
try for a location upon his making affidavit that from indications he verily believes 
at petroleum exists on the location applied for. The location, how r ever ; not to be 
Id to the applicant within the period of live years from the date of entry prescri bed 
• the regulations, unless he can, in addition to compliance with the requirements 
jresaid, furnish proof to the satisfaction of the Minister of the Interior that he 
,s at least one oil well in operation thereon, and is producing therefrom petroleum 
paying quantities ; provided further, that if at the end of five years from the date 
hen the applicant obtains entry he cannot furnish such proof, the entry shall be 
ncelled, and the rights and privileges of the person obtaining the entry shall 
oreupon cease and determine in respect of such location. 

The majority oS the applicants above referred to will now be in a position to 
tain entries for the locations applied for. 

COAL MINING LANDS. 

The number of applications during the year was 107, and 11 of the applicants 
ire given the privilege of purchasing, within a specified time, the location for 
lich they applied, and 18 of the applicants were given permission to prospect 
sreon. Five of them bought the land applied for, or a portion thereof, and one of 
i applicants being a homesteader was permitted to mine coal by paying 5 per 
it. royalty on the coal mined. 

The revenue for the year derived from the sale of coal lands ivas $8,898.75. 
ng an increase of $7,236.25 over the previous year. The total area of coal lands 
d up to date is 13,079*76 acres, and the total amount received therefor, $135,070.07. 

GRAZING LANDS. 

The total number of leases issued by the Department to date is 218. A numoer 
;hese leases have been cancelled — twenty-seven within the last year. The number 
leases now in force is 126, covering a total area of 2,288,347 acres. 



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A. 189 



The following schedule shows the names of the lessees of grazing lands, th 
number of their ranches, and the area covered bv their leases : — 



yrj. 



l 

2 

11 
15 

16a 
166 

22 
25 
26 

28 
33 
34 
35 
35a 
36 
38 
42 
45 
48 
55 
56 
59 
59a 
62 
65 
74 
77 
82 
!>2 
93 
94 
96 
101 
104 
108 
111 
116 
120 
122 
123 
124 
126 
129 
135 
137 
140 
141 
143 
140 

153 
151 
160 
107 
170 
189 
193 
195 
197 
201 
•jar, 
2(i7 
217 
•J is 

240 
244 
247 



Name of Lessee. 



North- West Cattle Company. 

do do 

Alexander Begg 

Sir F. de Winton and A. J. 

Williams 

D. McEachran 

do 

Stewart Ranche Company 

Cochrane Ranche Company 

do do 

A. B. Few 

G. F. Wachter 

Cochrane Ranche Company 

North-West Cattle Company 

Moore & Martin 

C. W. Martin 

Alfrey & Brooke 

Bow River Horse Ranche Company. 

Wells & Brown 

New Oxley (Canada) Ranche Co. . . . 

Windsor Ranche Company 

Bell Brothers 

New Oxley (Canada) Ranche Co. . . . 

C. W. Martin 

■Brunskill & Geddes 

,Bell & Peterson 

Sir J. Walrond 

New Oxley (Canada) Ranche Co. ... 

Walrond Ranche Company 

W. G. Conrad 

Garnett Bros 

F. W. Godsal 

W. F. N. Scobie 

Alberta Ranche Company 

W. Bell Irving 

I). McDougall 

J. Walter Ings 

IN. Boyd 

M. Oxarart 

Get »rge Alexander 

W. C. Skrine 

B. M. Godsal 

\V. H. Somerton 

Rev. 3. McDougall 

I ). Macpherson 

Brown Ranche Company . .. 

.1. B. Boustead 

P. McLaren 

T. P. McHugh Jk Co 

Canadian Agricultural Coal and 

Colonization Company 

( apt. W. Thorburn 

I). McEachran 

• I. K. Kerr 

< rlengarry Ranche ( 'ompany 

McDermid & Koss ' 

Greely & Wood 

Cypress Cattle Company 

Riddell & Green ' 

W. C. »krine 

A. Adzit 

II. I). & F. F. Beveridge 

I ». Macpherson 

w. Carter 

R. A. Carter 

W. I '•. i lonrad 

W. Tail 

< S-eorge Alexander .... 



Area in 
Acres. 



44,000 

48,900 

320 

15,000 

15,391 

29,383 

23,000 

73,500 

38,000 

100,000 

7,o(io 

33,000 

55,000 

33,700 

59,270 

10,000 

34,788 

12,000 

80,000 

50,000 

5,000 

02,934 

37,006 

8,000 

6,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100,000 

20,000 

20,000 

12,000 

27,750 

5,280 

0,000 

1,020 

5,120 

11 ,000 

40,800 

8,200 

720 

9,700 

7,680 

41,400 

33,500 

88,000 

7,500 

0,700 

32,062 

2,835 

16,640 

42,700 

52,320 

36,588 

8.960 

38,750 

13,400 

6,938 

L,920 

3,075 

is, son 

5,120 

0,700 

:;^.:.so 

960 

li.232 









248 
256 
263 
264 
265 
268 
280 
287 
288 



290 
295 
300 
305 
308 
309 

310 
311 
312 
313 
315 
316 
317 
318 
319 
320 
321 
322 
323 
325 
326 
327 
328 
329 
330 
331 
332 
333 
334 
335 
336) 
337 
338 
339 

340 
341 
342 
343 
344 
345 
346 
347 
348 
34! I 
350 
351 
352 
353 
35 \ 
355 
356 
357 

35X 



of Lessee. 



Area in 

Acres. 



A. E. Cross 

H. H. Bailey and associates 

H. W. Savory and others 

George Alexander 

Jonathan Henderson 

F. W. & J. W. Ings 

H. D. Beveridge 

S. L. Bedson 

O. Greig 

Canadian Pacific Colonization Cor 

I poration ... 

A. Caswell 

C. W. Martin 

Cochrane Ranche Company 

J. C. Slater 

| J. &R. Mitchell . . .... 

Canadian Pacific Colonization Cor 

poration 

Joseph Fisher 

Boright and Parsons 

Mowal & Hunter 

E. H. Maunsell 

H. T. Morton 

J. H. Willoughby . . ♦ 

Francis White 

F. W. Peacock 

Sir John Lister Kaye 

Charles Carey 

James Fidler j 

W. A. Blakely | 

R. G. Robinson ! 

E. Fearon 

R. Mitchell 

P. Byrne ' 

J. Mitchell 

Lacblan Collie ! 

Geo. Crossick 

E. Murray-Honev & Lewis Parsons. 

C. P. Ohlson 

R. G. Robinson ! 

Wm. Collie 

Thos. J. Spence 

John Walter 

Chas. McCarthy 

Frank Ward 

Les Soeurs de la Charite des Ten i 

toires du Nord-Ouest, H.L.S.S. . 

Robert McKernon 

Geo. J. Gagen & W. A. H. a Court, 
Samuel Perry (5 years' hay least) 

Walter R. Johnson 

A. T. Wallace 

M. H. Boulais 

T. O. Davis 

Jeremiah M. -I. Mulvihill 

Leeson & Scott 

John (i. Collins 

L. G. McDonald 

Samson iV Harford 

Thomas .Johnson 

W. W. Stewart 

Sibbald & Alford 

Alfred Chevigny 

Wm. Graham e 

F. W. Peacock 

.1. & R. Mitchell 



Total 



11,00: 

2. 
7,35 

2,25 
1.2> 
7,04 
22,0C 
88 
5,0CJ 

44,(K 

1,95 

14,6f 

22,0( 

35 

3,4( 

11,(K 
2,5( 
6,4( 
0,4< 
4,6 
ft 
2,51 

34,5: 
1,1 

1,9: 

1,92 
1,71 
1,4 

2,5< 

4: 
2,2- 



5,21 

B 



3 



2,288,3 



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These lands are situated principally in the District of Alberta and the southern 

portion of Assiniboitt, with a few tracts in the District of Saskatchewan and the 

province of Manitoba. The number of applications received tor leases of graziug 
lands during the year was 100. 

The amount received torrent of grazing lands was $12,597.68, as compared with 
118,437.71 for the year which ended on the :{lst of October, 1889. The revenue from 
this source has been decreasing rapidly since 1886. In that vear it amounted to 
147,337.01; in L887 to $39,577.10$ in 1888 to $20,248.8:}; in "1889 to $18,437.71, 
and in L890 as above stated. 

The following statement shows approximately the total number of cattle, horses 
and sheep in what is known at present as the grazing districts of Alberta and Assini- 
loia, as reported by lessees of ranches, and computed from information derived from 
other sources : — 

Cattle 117,659 

Horses 16,519 

Sheep 44,762 

The following is a statement of the work performed during the year: — 

Number of letters sent 3,254 

Number of pages of memoranda and schedules 1,434 

Number of plans and sketches prepared 303 

Number of notices inviting tenders for timber berths 11,500 

Timber: — 

Number of berths applied for 88 

Number of berths acquired by public competition 58 

Number of licenses for timber berths drawn up 74 

Number of returns for saw-mills received and verified 66 

Number of returns of surveys of timber berths received and 

examined 11 

Number of permits to cut timber issued by agents 3,438 

< rrazing : — 

Number of applications for grazing lands received 100 

Number of leases of grazing lands authorized to be issued. 30 

Number of leases of grazing lands issued 11 

Number of leases of hay lands issued. 1 

Number of applications for hay lands 20 

Number of permits to cut hay issued by the Dominion 

Lands Agents 2,820 

Mining: — 

Number of applications for coal locations received 107 

Number of coal locations of 320 acres and less sold 7 

Number of applications for mineral locations other than 

coal 20 

Number of entries for mining locations by Dominion Lands 

Agents 20 

Number of mining locations other than coal sold 3 

Number of stone quarries applied for 9 

Number of mill sites applied for 1 

Number of applications for water power 2 

Number of sites for smelting works applied for 1 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

G. U. RYLEY, 
Clerk of Timber, Mineral and Grazing Lands. 
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A. 1891 



Statement of Keceipts on account of Crown Timber, for the Twelve Months ending 

the 31st October, 1890. 



Month 



Bonus. 



Ground 
Rent. 



1889. $ cts. 

Noveipber 1,905 00 

December 62 00 

L890. 

January 267 00 

February 445 00 

March 189 20 

April 327 75 

May 3,977 00 

June 2,124 96 

July 2,630 0° 

August 699 00 

September 2,207 00 

October 3,072 00 



Total j 17,905 91 



5 00 
2,578 04 



6,397 68 
1,752 18 
1,290 80 

518 58 
1,135 87 
2,420 33 

247 72 
1,177 50 

725 82 
2,748 46 



20,998 58 



Royalty 

on Returns 

of Sales. 



* cts. 

965 31 

2,787 23 



144 75 

400 00 

90 

13(1 57 

188 07 

277 19 

1,446 00 

2,186 99 

11 46 

8,855 62 



Permit Fees 
and Dues. 



17,400 09 



Seizures, 

Dues 
and Fines 

for 
Trespass. 



7,517 20 
3,180 53 



1,416 12 

5,824 50 

2,487 08 

1,336 56 

6,882 81 

820 37 

496 02 

543 32 

1,197 10 

10,968 09 



42,669 60 



$ cts. 

69 14 
98 77 



Miscel- 
laneous. 



$ cts. 
5 00 



54 90 



School Land? 



Total. 




Totals 



$ cts. 

10,466 55 

8,707 17 



8,468 66 
8,513 43 
4,561 73 
2,539 67 

12,627 70 
5,909 77 
5,108 57 
4,734 85 
4,302 55 

26,001 93 

102,032 58 



918 IS 



102,050 76 



Department of the Interior 



G. IT. BYLEY, 

Clerk of Timber, Mineral and Grazing Lands. 



Ottawa, 31st October, 1890. 



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A. 1891 



Statement of Receipts on accounl of Grazing, Hay and Mineral Lands, for the 
Twelve Months ending the 31st October, 1890. 





( rrazing 


Lands. 


Hay 

Lands. 


M ining 
Fees. 


from 
Coal 
Lands. 


[loyalty 

from 

Stone 
Quarries, 


I!. nt 

from 

Mill Sit,-.. 
Scrip. 




Month. 


Cash. 


Scrip, 


Totals. 


L889. 

November 

December 


| eta. 

107 65 
78 60 

14121' 
14 48 
61 25 
12 77 

616 17 

•_>S4 90 
12 93 

206 SI 
1,524 28 


$ cts. 

2,000 <»<» 
Kid 00 

1,100 00 
100 00 

490 oo 
1,054 23 

837 W 
1,020 00 

180 oo 
2,360 00 

240 00 


s ctS. 

ciil 08 
111 95 

180 60 

177 35 

73 70 

345 66 

748 lo 

1,045 07 

1,457 65 

2,492 11) 

781 25 

218 07 


x cts, 

35 00 

52 00 


8 cts. 

"i'io" 
"46 65 

"*7 30* 
2 50 

15 77 
162 


I cts. 
81 41 


s ctS. 


s cts. 

2,828 1 I 
39s c,:, 


1890. 

January 

February 


7 80 




1,288 40 

158 til 


March 

April 

May 






88 IS 
904 21 


" 14 00 

5 00 

65 oo 

5 00 

5 00 


1,817 60 


June 


16 33 

19 36 

6 52 

6 48 




2,528 !i7 


July 

August 

September 

( October 


160 00 


2,786 !'l 
2,932 41 
3,359 54 

1,988 97 










3,056 05 


9,541 63 


8,235 67 
1,529 27 


181 00 


68 34 


137 90 
17 50 


160 00 


21,3S0 59 
1,546 77 














Totals 


3,056 05 


0,541 63 


9,764 94 


181 00 


68 34 


155 40 


160 00 


22,927 36 



Gr. U. EYLEY, 

Clerk of Timber, Mineral and Grazing Lands. 
Department of the Interior, 

Ottawa, 31st October, 18<>0. 



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54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (No. 17.) A. 1891 



WINNIPEG CROWN TIMBER AGENCY 



Department of the Interior, 
Crown Timber Office, Winnipeg, 31st October, 1890. 
A. M. Burgess, Esq., 

Deputy of the Minister of the Interior, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — I have the honour to submit my annual report of the business transacted 
within the Winnipeg district for the year ended this date, to be read in connection 
with which are the following detailed statements, namely : — 

(a.) Statement of revenue derived from timber dues and other sources. 

(6.) Statement of mills operated under Government license in Manitoba and 
the Provisional District of Assiniboia, as far west as the 3rd Initial Meridian, together 
with the quantities of material manufactured, sold and on hand by each licensee 
respectively. 

(c.) General office returns and other information respecting the work of the 
office. 

As compared with last year the business transacted in this agency amounts in 
volume to about the same, although a slight increase in revenue, namely, $3,246.62, 
stands in favour of this year. 

Lumbering in Manitoba reached its highest point a few years since, and the 
business in future must necessarily decline, the great bulk of the merchantable tim- 
ber having already been cut away or destroyed by fire, except in the most northerly 
portion of the Province which is pretty generally timbered; and of this the timber 
suitable for manufacture is only to be found in limited areas. Much has been said 
of the extensive timber resources of the country about Lake Winnipeg, but a less 
cursory inspection than that given by those who have written about it would reveal 
ihat the country, although generally well timbered and possessing a good deal that 
is suitable for manufacture, has not those advantages as a lumbering district which 
have been claimed for it, the timber being scattered and the limits expensive to 
operate. 

The Selkirk Lumber Company and Messrs. Brouse & Co. have abandoned their 
berths and ceased operations on Lake Winnipeg, and the cut this winter by the 
remaining licensees will not exceed 4,000,000 feet, being less than half of last season's 
cut. 

The lumbermen operating on the Riding Mountains and in the more westerly 
part of the Province have displayed a great deal of enterprise in their endeavour to 
secure as much as possible of the burnt timber in those districts while it remains 
good for manufacture. Upwards of 16.000,000 feet of this class of timber, and 
about 500,000 railway ties, were cut on the Riding and Duck Mountains during the 
past two seasons. 

During the past year there has been a demand for timber berths on the north- 
easterly side of the Riding Mountains and on streams tributary to Lake Dauphin, the 
demand for lumber coming from the large and growing settlements on the Dauphin 
plains. ( Considerable lumber has already been manufactured there during the present 
season. There are now three mills (one, that of Messrs. Shaw Bros., being com- 
bined with a grist mill), ready for operation. 

M r. Peter McArthur is the only operator on Lake Manitoba ; while the licensees 
on Lake Winnipegosis are waiting for facilities to enable them to reach a market. 
28 [part rj 



54 Victoria. Sessional Papers (X<>. 17.) A. 1891 



The total cut of lumber for Ihe year jusl closed amounts to 13,943,973 feet, being 
a trifle in excess of that for the preceding year. 

As having a direct influence on the operations of lumbermen in my district, I 
may mentipn that the out for this season at the mills operating at the Lake of the 
Woods amounts to about 60,000,000 feet B.M., of which about one half was cut from 
American logs imported from the State of Minnesota and floated to the mills. 

The prices 01 the diflerenl grades of lumber remain aboutthe same as last year; 
nor is there any change in the prices of wood used for fuel. Coal, also, is about the 
^anic price as last year. 

No damage to timber from tires in this district during the season has been 
reported ; sloughs and muskegs which have been dry for the last i'ew years, beingnow 
filled with water, afford efficient stops to the spread ot prairie and bush fires. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

E. F. STEPHENSON, 

Crown Timber Agent. 



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54 Victoria. 



Sessional Papers (No. 17.) 



A. 1891 























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